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Matrix Switcher
Operating Instructions
Model No.
WJ-SX150
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Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
ENGLISH VERSION
Caution:
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read the label on the bottom.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
SA 1965
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage" within the product's
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
SA 1966
Power disconnection. Unit with or without
ON-OFF switches have power supplied to
the unit whenever the power cord is inserted
into the power source; however, the unit is
operational only when the ON-OFF switch is
in the ON position. The power cord is the
main power disconnect for all units.
For U.S.A
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
FCC Caution: To assure continued compliance, (example use only shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral devices). Any changes or modifications
not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
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You should note the serial number of this unit in the space
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WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
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WJ-SX150
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
8) Do not use near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider
than the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles and the points
where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a
cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-overs.
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13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
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CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...........................3
CONTENTS .........................................................................4
PREFACE ...........................................................................6
FEATURES ........................................................................6
PRECAUTIONS ..................................................................7
DOCUMENT CONVENTION ..............................................7
FEATURES OF THE MATRIX SWITCHER SYSTEM ........9
MATRIX SWITCHER SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS ............10
■ Crosspoint Switches ..............................................10
■ Monitoring Mode ....................................................10
■ System Control ......................................................11
■ Example of a SYSTEM with Basic Functions .........12
TERMINAL MODE DESCRIPTIONS ...............................14
■ Log-in/Log-out ........................................................14
■ Monitor-related Functions ......................................15
■ Camera-related Functions .....................................16
■ Alarm-related Functions ........................................17
■ Timer Event ............................................................18
■ System Status Table ..............................................19
■ Setup Procedures ..................................................19
■ Extended Functions ...............................................19
NOTIFICATION ABOUT
PS·DATA CONTROLLER OPERATION ........................20
DETAILED PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ............................21
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS
AND THEIR FUNCTIONS ..............................................22
■ WJ-SX150 Matrix Switcher .....................................22
■ WV-CU360C System Controller .............................24
INSTALLATIONS AND SYSTEM CONNECTIONS..........29
INSTALLATIONS .............................................................30
WARNING ..................................................................30
■ Mounting into the Rack ..........................................30
SYSTEM CONNECTION EXAMPLES .............................31
■ Basic System Connection ......................................31
■ System Expansion Connection ..............................32
CONNECTIONS ................................................................33
■ Connection with the Camera Sites ........................33
■ Connections for RS-485 Type Camera ..................34
■ Connection with the Monitors ................................35
■ Connection with the System Controllers ................36
■ Connection with the Alarm Sensors .......................36
■ Connection with the Alarm Output .........................37
■ Connection with Digital Disk Recorder
WJ-HD500 Series ..................................................37
■ Connection with the PC .........................................40
■ Time Adjustment with an External Equipment .......40
WJ-SX150 SETUP PROCEDURES ..................................41
SETUP PROCEDURES ...................................................42
■ Setup Procedures ..................................................42
■ Description of Setup Procedures ..........................42
WJ-SX150 SETUP MENU (OSD) .....................................44
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■ Displaying SETUP MENU ......................................44
■ Programming SETUP MENU .................................44
■ TIME & DATE .........................................................44
■ D. S. T. (Daylight Saving Time) ..............................46
■ SEQUENCE SETUP ...............................................46
■ ALARM SETUP ......................................................47
■ CAMERA TITLE ......................................................48
■ SYSTEM SETUP .....................................................48
■ OPERATOR REGISTRATION .................................50
SX150 Admin Console ....................................................51
■ Description about SX150 Admin Console .............51
■ Installation/Uninstallation .......................................51
■ The Main Window ..................................................52
■ Tour Sequence ......................................................53
■ Group Sequence ...................................................54
■ Timer Event ............................................................55
■ Camera Cleaning ...................................................56
■ Daylight Saving Time .............................................56
■ Alarm Mode ...........................................................57
■ Alarm Event ...........................................................58
■ Alarm Port ..............................................................59
■ Operator Registration ............................................59
■ Level Table ............................................................60
■ Monitor Selection ...................................................61
■ Auto Login/Logout (Auto Log-in/Log-out) .............61
■ Time & Date ...........................................................62
■ Cable Compensation/VD2/DATA/EXT IN ...............63
■ Camera Title ..........................................................63
■ Data Port ................................................................65
■ Put a File to SX150 .................................................66
■ Get a Configuration Data from SX150 ...................67
■ Select Setup Data File ...........................................67
■ Account Manager ..................................................68
■ Communication Port ..............................................69
OPERATING PROCEDURES (TERMINAL MODE) .........71
LOG-IN AND LOG-OUT ...................................................72
■ Log-in .....................................................................72
■ Log-out ..................................................................73
■ Auto Log-in ............................................................73
■ Auto Log-out ..........................................................73
MONITOR SELECTION AND CAMERA SELECTION ....74
■ Monitor Selection ...................................................74
■ Priority Lock ...........................................................74
■ Camera Selection ..................................................75
CAMERA CONTROL .......................................................76
■ Lens Control ..........................................................76
■ Pan/Tilt Control ......................................................76
■ Program Preset Position ........................................77
■ Call Preset Position ................................................77
CAMERA FUNCTION CONTROL ....................................78
■ Camera Setup ........................................................78
■ Camera Function (Shortcut Function) ....................78
■ Changing to Black and White Images ...................79
■ Patrol Learn and Play ............................................79
■ Camera Panning Function .....................................80
CAMERA SITE ACCESSORIES CONTROL ...................81
■ Receiver Control ....................................................81
RUNNING SEQUENCE ....................................................82
■ Tour Sequence ......................................................82
■ Group Sequence ...................................................82
MONITOR DISPLAY CONTROL .....................................83
■ On-screen Display (OSD) Control .........................83
■ On-screen Display (OSD) Position Control ............83
■ System Status Table ..............................................84
■ Alarm History Table ...............................................85
■ Video Loss History Table .......................................85
ALARM CONTROL ..........................................................86
■ Alarm Mode ...........................................................86
■ Operating during an Alarm Mode ..........................86
■ Operation of an Alarm-related Camera (ACK) ......86
■ Resetting the Alarm Inputs ....................................87
■ Suspending the Alarm Inputs ................................87
OPERATING PROCEDURES (PS·DATA)........................89
WHEN USING A PS·DATA SYSTEM CONTROLLER ....90
MONITOR CONTROL ......................................................91
■ Monitor Selection ...................................................91
■ Priority Lock ...........................................................91
RUNNING SEQUENCE ....................................................92
■ Tour Sequence ......................................................92
■ Group Sequence ...................................................92
MONITOR DISPLAY CONTROL .....................................93
ALARM CONTROL ..........................................................94
■ Alarm Mode ...........................................................94
■ Operation during an Alarm Mode ..........................94
■ Resetting All the Alarm Inputs ...............................94
■ Suspending All the Alarm Inputs ...........................94
EXPANDED FUNCTION ...................................................95
RECORDER CONTROL (TERMINAL MODE) .................96
■ Displaying WJ-HD500 Series SETUP MENU .........96
■ Controlling Digital Disk Recorder
WJ-HD500 Series ..................................................96
RECORDER CONTROL (PS·DATA) ...............................99
■ Controlling the Recorder
with a PS·Data system controller ...........................99
MONITOR DISPLAY
WHEN A CABLE LOSS OCCURS ..............................100
■ Video Loss Display ..............................................100
TROUBLESHOOTING ...................................................101
APPENDIX ......................................................................105
COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL ...................................106
■ Command Table ...................................................107
■ Error Code List .....................................................115
WJ-SX150 WORKSHEETS ............................................116
■ Instruction ............................................................116
■ Team Work ...........................................................116
■ Checklist ..............................................................117
SPECIFICATIONS ..........................................................124
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STANDARD ACCESSORIES ........................................124
PREFACE
Matrix Switcher System WJ-SX150 is designed for a surveillance control system, which is composed of 16 cameras,
4 monitors and 4 system controllers.
System controllers are used to operate the surveillance control system.
In combination with Digital Disk Recorder WJ-HD500 Series, a surveillance system can be established in a local area.
FEATURES
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Multiple sequence modes: 16 tour sequences and 4 group sequences
Control data and timing pulse (VD2) multiplexed over a coaxial cable
Cable compensation selectable depending on the cable length
Cameras (or images on the monitors) selectable with alarm (sensor)
RS-485 cameras connectable
Disk Recorder WJ-HD500 Series controllable
Connectable to external devices supporting PS·Data
PRECAUTIONS
• Refer all work related to the installation of this
product to qualified service personnel or system
installers.
• Do not block the ventilation opening or slots on the
cover.
To prevent the appliance from overheating, place it at
least 5 cm (2 inches) away from the wall.
• Do not drop metallic parts through slots.
This could permanently damage the appliance. Turn
the power off immediately and contact qualified service
personnel for service.
• Do not attempt to disassemble the appliance.
To prevent electric shock, do not remove screws or
covers.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Contact
qualified service personnel for maintenance.
• Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when
cleaning the appliance body.
Use a dry cloth to clean the appliance when it is dirty.
When the dirt is hard to remove, use a mild detergent
and wipe gently.
• Do not operate the appliance beyond its specified
temperature, humidity, or power source ratings.
Use the appliance at temperatures within –10 °C +50 °C (14 °F - 122 °F) and humidity below 90 %.
The input power source for this appliance is 120 V AC
60 Hz.
• We recommend that you note down your settings
and save them. Power or battery failure may erase
the settings you enter.
• Handle the appliance with care.
Do not strike or shake, as this may damage the appliance.
• Do not expose the appliance to water or moisture.
Do not try to operate it in wet areas.
Take immediate action if the appliance gets wet. Turn
the power off and refer servicing to qualified service
personnel. Moisture can damage the appliance and
also cause electric shocks.
DOCUMENT CONVENTION
This operating instructions use the following convention when describing the use and operation of this unit.
Unit: Panasonic Matrix Switcher WJ-SX150
System controller: Panasonic System Controller WV-CU360C
Recorder: Panasonic Digital Disk Recorder WJ-HD500 Series
Receiver: Panasonic Indoor Receiver WV-RC100 or Outdoor Receiver WV-RC150
Note : Text with this appearance is a special instruction, rule, or side comment related to the topic.
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FEATURES OF THE MATRIX
SWITCHER SYSTEM
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MATRIX SWITCHER SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS
Matrix Switcher System WJ-SX150 is a surveillance control system, which is composed of cameras, recorders, and this unit
(the matrix switcher).
This system has various functions for surveillance control.
The following are the descriptions about the functions.
■ Crosspoint Switches
SW11
SW21
SW31
SW41
SW12
SW22
SW32
SW42
SW13
SW23
SW33
SW43
SW14
SW24
SW34
SW44
All matrix switchers, no matter how complicated and sophisticated they may be, depend on crosspoint switches to perform the
basic operations of the switcher. The crosspoint switches from a rectangular array of rows and columns in which any row may
be connected to any column.
In the figure shown above, the rows are connected to video cameras and the columns are connected to video monitors.
By closing a certain crosspoint switch we may connect any camera to any monitor.
In the example above, by closing switch SW12 the camera 2 is displayed on the monitor 1. Likewise, by closing SW24 camera
4 is displayed on the monitor 2.
■ Monitoring Mode
This system can control up to 16 cameras, 4 monitors, and 4 system controllers.
There are two surveillance ways:
One is the spot mode that associates one camera with one monitor. The other is the sequence mode that sequentially displays
the images through more than one camera.
● Spot Mode
The specified camera images are continuously displayed on a given monitor.
When another camera input is accepted, the images are replaced by new ones.
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● Sequence Mode
Monitor 1
Dwell time: 2 sec.
Step 1
Monitor 1
Dwell time: 2 sec.
Step 2
s
Monitor 1
Dwell time: 2 sec.
Step 3
s
s
More than one camera's images are sequentially displayed for a
fixed time.
The illustration shows an example of the sequential display of
images through Camera 2, 4, and 6 on Monitor 1.
Before use, the parameters* of the sequence need to be configured and uploaded to the unit.
* Example: Camera selection, monitor selection, and dwell time
(the time to display each image).
Camera 2
Camera 4
Camera 6
■ System Control
System Controller WV-CU360C controls the equipment connected to this system.
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About System Controller
This matrix switcher system has four data ports: DATA 1 to 4. The ports DATA 1 to 3 supports the terminal mode, and the
DATA 4 port supports both the terminal mode and Panasonic Security Data (PS·Data) Systems. These are the operation mode
of the matrix switcher. When using the DATA 4 port, you can employ either of them. Refer to p. 14 for details of the terminal
mode. Refer to p. 20 for notification about PS·Data System.
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Camera control
As the illustration, this unit sends the control data and VD2 timing pulse to the cameras.
On the contrary, the cameras send the video signal and state signal to the unit.
Control data is supplied via the coaxial cable from the unit, multiplexed with the camera image.
The unit is equipped with the circuit to multiplex or separate the video signal and control data with each channel.
These connections enable the control of the equipment from the system controller.
When using Panasonic RS-485 cameras, the unit can send the separated control data to them.
RS-485 cameras can be installed at longer distance from the matrix switcher than cameras that multiplex the control data.
Matrix switcher
Combination camera
Coaxial cable
Video signal
Control signal
Multiplexed
data
Sync
signal
Status signal
Timing pulse (VD2)
Every channel is equipped with
multiplexed data and sync
signal.
Each signal functions as the illustrations in the next page.
VD2 provides the timing pulse of the same phase to prevent the unconformity during the switching of the image in a sequence
mode.
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Signal type
Function
Control signal
Controls camera functions (pan/tilt, zooming, focusing, lens iris, preset position) and camera
site accessories.
Status signal
Shows camera status.
Timing pulse (VD2)
This signal is supplied to the unit to each camera.
Each figure shows the picture status with or without the timing pulse.
VD2 OFF
s
VD2 ON
s
s
s
■ Example of a SYSTEM with Basic Functions
The illustration in the next page shows the surveillance system in a parking lot as an example.
Before the connections, the matrix switcher's system configuration* and the recorder's alarm recording setting are necessary.
Example: Operations of cameras and other connected equipment during an alarm input
1. The infrared sensor sends an alarm signal to the unit when detecting a car comes in.
2. The unit enters the sequence mode associated with Monitor 1.
At the same time, the unit controls the digital disk recorder to change its recording mode into the alarm-recording mode.
Monitor 1 is associated with the following sequence.
Displaying Camera 1's image
↓
Displaying Camera 4's image (Preset Position 1)
↓
Camera 4 moves from preset position 1 to 2 according to the sequence setting.
Displaying Camera 4's image (Preset Position 2)
↓
Controlling AUX 1 and 2 (The gate will open and the lamp will light up.)
↓
Displaying Camera 5's image
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Monitor 2 displays Camera 6's image consistently in the spot mode.
Operators will observe the parking lot by looking at these images on a monitor in a management office.
Receiver
Camera 1
Camera 5
Camera 4
Aux 1
Preset
position 1
Preset
position 2
Sensor
Aux 2
Camera 6
Recorder
Matrix switcher
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t
t
Alarm
Alarm 3
OPERATE
OPERATE LED WILL BLINK
IF COOLING FAN MALFUNCTIONS
Matrix Switcher WJ-SX
Sequence mode
s
Monitor 1
s
s
s
Gate
opens.
(Aux 1)
Camera 1
Dwell time : 1 s
Camera 4/position 1
Dwell time : 3 s
Lamp
lights up.
(Aux 2)
Camera 5
Dwell time : 30 s
Camera 4/position 2
Dwell time : 2 s
Monitor 2
s
Alarm
mode
s
s
Camera 6
13
s
s
s
Alarm recording mode
TERMINAL MODE DESCRIPTIONS
ation conflict.
In the terminal mode, each external device (such as a camera, monitor, system controller, or a recorder, etc.) has the
name and number (Camera 1, etc.). When you control a
device, you are to select the device number and execute the
selection. For example, before controlling Camera 1, you will
press the numeric button 1, and then press the CAM (SET)
button. Each operator has a level and priority. When you try
to control a device beyond the level and priority, the PROHIBITED or BUSY indicator will light up to inform you that you
cannot control it.
Level Setting
16 operators are classified in the level from 1 (the highest) to
3 (the lowest).
A higher-level operator can control more functions.
Password Setting
Up to 5 digit numbers can be registered as a password.
When an operator logs in, the system identifies the operator
ID and password by comparing the registered data.
If they are correct, the operator can control the system.
■ Log-in/Log-out
Before starting the system operation, it is necessary to input
an operator ID and a password from a system controller.
The system identifies the operator ID and password by comparing the registered data. If the ID and password are correct, the system will enter the operation mode.
This identification is called log-in. On the contrary, the termination of the system operation is called log-out.
Priority Setting
The system classifies the operators in priority from 1 to 16.
This setting includes the control coverage that is configured
by level, and the priority in case of the conflict with the samelevel operator.
Operable Cameras and Sequences
This setting assigns each operator the cameras and
sequences operable by the level.
Log-in/log-out has two ways: One is the manual log-in/log-out
and the other is auto log-in/out.
Through the auto log-in, an operator can login the system
without entering a password, after turning the power on.
Through the auto log-out, an operator can logout of the system when not operating the system for a fixed time.
The way of log-in/log-out and the time for auto log-out is configurable when setting up the system.
When configuring the auto log-in, it is necessary to assign an
operator ID to each data port.
Notes:
• Each operator's ID, password, level and priority need to
be configured in SX150 Admin Console.
• Log-in/log-out is configurable in SX150 Admin Console.
The configuration in the unit's SETUP MENU is unavailable.
• The level and priority are assigned to each operator.
Operators cannot control the system beyond the assignment.
Even within the level and priority, a device controlled by
a higher-level operator is not operable.
• Manual log-in/log-out or auto log-in/log-out is assignable
to data ports DATA 1 to 4.
● Operator Registration
When operating the system, the operator registration is necessary.
Up to 16 operators can be registered and filed by their operator IDs.
They are registered in SX150 Admin Console.
The following are the properties, which can prevent the oper-
• Description of Operator Registration
Operator 1 Operator 2 Operator 3 Operator 4 Operator 5 Operator 6
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Level Table
SX150 Setup
Camera Setup
Alarm History Display
•••
Video Loss History Display
Operator n (Max 16) System Status Display
Single Alarm Reset
All Alarm Reset
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ID
150
1
100
101
102
103
Password
150
12345
100
101
102
103
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Level
1
1
1
1
2
3
–
Priority
1
2
3
4
5
6
–
Camera Operation
1
1
1
1
1
1
–
Items operable by
the level are set to
ON.
Camera Operation Level
1: This level can select and control the camera.
2: This level can only select the camera.
3: This level can neither select nor control the camera.
■ Monitor-related Functions
ALM SUSPENDED (the alarm is suspended)
The following functions related to monitors are configurable.
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Clock
Note: When pressing the associated numeric button (1 to
5) while holding down the OSD button, information is
turned on or off.
● The Display Position
The display position of the information is adjustable with the
joystick on the system controller.
Monitor status
M1
K 1 T01
C 01 c am era title
ALARM10*
● Priority Lock
● Monitor Selection
Priority lock is the function to prevent other operators' control of a monitor even after the system log-out.
While the priority lock is active, the monitor is operable by
the locking operator and higher-priority operators.
It is necessary to select a monitor when controlling the
monitor-related functions, such as camera images or
SETUP MENU.
● Sequence Mode
Camera title
Event
● Information Displayed on the Monitors
The following information is displayed on monitors.
Time and Date
Time and date are displayed.
The date display is selectable from five patterns, and the
time display is selectable from 24- or 12- hour system.
The date display pattern (Example: August 21, 2001)
21/08/2001
08/21/2001
21/Aug/2001
2001/08/21
Aug/21/2001
Camera images are displayed for a fixed time, and they are
sequentially switched.
The change from a tour sequence into the spot mode is
also possible.
Before use, the parameters of the sequence, such as a
camera or monitor selection and dwell time need to be configured.
There are two sequences:
• Tour sequence
• Group sequence
Tour Sequence
The images through Camera 1 to 16 are displayed on a
given monitor in the desired sequence.
Camera Title
The camera number and characters (up to 20) can be configured as a camera title.
The title is displayed in one line.
Monitor Status
The following status is displayed in one line.
Mn (Monitor number)*
Kn (Controller number)*
Tnn (Monitor mode: the example shows the tour
sequence)*
* "n" is the number.
Event
The information related to system operation is displayed.
An alarm control, alarm suspension, and timer event are the
example.
ALARMnn (The alarm is operating.)
ALARMnn ACK (The alarm has been acknowledged.)
Tnn (Timer event: tour sequence number)
LOSS CHnn (the video loss channel number)
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CH1
CH2
CH3
A tour sequence is consisted of 16 steps and up to 16
sequences are configurable.
Up to 30 seconds are selectable as each step's dwell time.
Each step can call the desired preset position of a camera
to be displayed.
In each step, the desired preset position of a camera can
be called and displayed.
Tour sequences are configurable in SETUP MENU and
SX150 Admin Console.
Group Sequence
Group sequence is a function to display up to 4 tour
sequences in a group on up to 4 monitors. More than one
sequences can be activated at one time by registering
each tour sequence in a group.
Up to 4 tour sequences can be registered in a group.
Focus
This setting adjusts the lens focus.
An auto-focus camera can automatically adjust the focus.
Zoom
This setting adjusts the lens zoom rate.
Iris
This setting adjusts the lens iris .
● Pan/Tilt Head Control
Notes:
• Up to 4 group sequences are configurable in SX150
Admin Console. The configuration in the matrix switcher's SETUP MENU is unavailable.
• The black picture is displayed when the following are
included in a tour or group sequence: a camera channel without image or the image restricted to the operator.
Group sequence 1
Tour 1
Monitor 1
Tour 5
Monitor 2
Tour 2
Monitor 3
Tour 7
Monitor 4
● Multiscreen Display (4, 9, and 16 Screens)
With a recorder, more than one camera images can be displayed in 4, 9, and 16 multiscreen segments.
Refer to p. 95 EXPANDED FUNCTION for details.
■ Camera-related Functions
This system can operate the following camera-related functions.
Notes:
• When operating the motorized zoom lens, a combination camera is necessary.
• A motorized zoom lens needs to be installed on a camera. Confirm the system components.
Notes:
• Depending on the system components, the specified
combination cameras are not operable.
• The speed varies depending on cameras.
• Some cameras' pan/tilt speeds cannot be controlled by
the joystick.
(Refer to the camera's operating instructions for
details.)
Auto Pan
The camera automatically turns within the preset panning
range.
Sequence Mode
The camera turns in the sequence of preset positions in
numerical order.
Sort Mode
The camera turns in the sequence of preset positions
counterclockwise from pan/tilt starting point.
The camera needs to be selected when controlling the
camera-related functions such as a lens zoom, pan/tilt
head, or spot image of a camera.
Patrol Learn
The combination camera can learn and reproduce a routine
of manual operation.
There are two ways of patrol learn:
• Learning during the operation
• Configuration in the camera's SETUP MENU
● Operating Zoom Lens
● Housing Control
Note: Make sure that the lens selection switch (DC/VIDEO)
is set to DC.
The wiper or defroster of the camera housing can be controlled.
● Camera Selection
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Pan/Tilt
Camera rotates on the pan/tilt heads.
There are two ways of control:
• Manual control by the joystick
The joystick on the system controller can control a camera's pan/tilt head.
• Preset position control
Entering preset position number can automatically
rotate the camera to the desired position.
It is necessary to register a camera's preset position
numbers.
The specified cameras support the registration during
the pan/tilt head control.
● External Equipment Control
When the camera is connected via a receiver, the external
equipment connected to the receiver can be controlled.
● Controllable Camera-related Functions
The control is conducted while watching the camera
images on the monitor.
• Changing to black and white pictures
• Camera function (Shortcut function)
Note: The specified cameras can control each function.
Confirm the functions of the connected cameras and
external devices.
Changing to Black and White Pictures
Color images are changeable to black and white images.
This function is intended for surveillance in a dark place
such as an underground parking lot.
Camera Function (Shortcut Function)
The frequently-used functions are registered with the camera function button.
Pressing the button can activate the registered functions.
Refer to the camera's operating instructions for details on
the registered functions.
● Camera Title
The titles for camera identification, which are displayed on
the monitor, can be registered.
For example, if a camera setting place is registered as a
camera title, operators can be informed where the image is
recorded.
The title is displayed in one line.
The available character numbers:
20 (camera number and the characters)
The available characters:
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijkl
mnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789!"#$%&'()=+*_:;,. */?
Notes:
• Camera title is configurable in SETUP MENU and
SX150 Admin Console.
• User font characters can be made through SX150
Admin Console.
Notes:
• The images cannot be displayed while cleaning the
camera. Use this function when continuous surveillance
is not necessary, such as after-hours time.
• Cameras which are operating or being in the sequence
mode are not cleaned.
• Camera selection will immediately stop the camera
cleaning.
• If noise remains in the monitor even after the camera
cleaning, there can be a malfunction. Stop using the
camera and consult qualified service personnel.
■ Alarm-related Functions
This unit is equipped with 16 alarm input connectors. When
an alarm input signal is accepted via one of them, the
alarm-associated spot image or tour sequence image is
displayed on the monitor. With the alarm image on the monitor, the unit notifies you of the alarm information with
"ALARM nn (nn is the alarm number)."
There are two ways to display the alarm-associated image:
• Sequence mode
• Hold mode
Notes:
• The camera (or tour sequence) and monitor need to be
associated with the alarm number through the configuration in SETUP MENU (OSD) or SX150 Admin Console.
• The mode is selectable and configurable in SETUP
MENU (OSD) or SX150 Admin Console.
• Even in the alarm mode, pressing the ACK button can
control the camera's pan/tilt, zoom, focus and lens iris.
• When a recorder is connected to the matrix switcher,
the alarm-related recording of the camera images is
possible.
• Description about sequence mode and hold mode
Alarm
input 1
Sequence
mode
17
ALARM 01
Alarm
input 2
ALARM 05
ALARM 02
Dwell time
Automatically replaces
the alarm image
Alarm
input 1
● Camera Cleaning
When using a combination camera, noise can occur on the
monitor after the long-term use.
In this case, the camera needs to be cleaned.
Camera cleaning is configurable to be conducted at the
designated day and time.
The cleaning time is approximately 30 seconds per camera.
Camera image
Alarm
input 5
Alarm
input 5
Alarm
input 2
Hold mode
Camera image
ALARM 01
ALARM 05
Alarm reset operations
Time
● Sequence Mode
● Video Loss History Table
In the sequence mode, the unit displays the initial alarm
image on the monitor until the dwell time ends, even when
another alarm input is accepted. When the dwell time ends,
the unit automatically replaces the alarm image with the
next one.
While the unit's power is ON, the video signal loss from a
camera or a recorder can occur by cable disconnection,
etc.
● Hold Mode
In the hold mode, the unit continues to display the initial
alarm image until the alarm reset. With the alarm image on
the monitor, the unit notifies you that more than one alarm
input is accepted with "*" next to "ALARM nn (nn is the
alarm number)."
● Alarm Reset
The built-in timer automatically resets the alarm operation
after the time specified in Setup Utility.
After the reset, the monitor displays and the sequence will
return to the state before the alarm input.
Note: When more than one alarm input has been accepted,
only the newest can be reset.
● Alarm Suspension
Even when an alarm signal is input, the system will deactivate the alarm input and the alarm mode.
When the alarm suspension is active, "ALM SUSPENDED"
will appear on the monitor.
In this case, video loss history will be reserved in the system, and this table will display the history.
The loss order, date, time, CAMERA IN number and event
can be identified.
Up to 100 item can be reserved, and they are overwritten
from the oldest, after more than 100 item have occurred.
As well as the video loss history, the date of the loss and
recovery, the camera number and the loss status are displayed on the table.
Notes:
• When turning off the unit, all the history will be deleted.
• Alarm history can also be identified on the PC.
VIDEO LOSS HISTORY
NO
012
011
010
009
008
007
006
005
004
003
YYYY/MM/DD
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
HH:MM:SS
18:59:08
18:58:08
18:57:08
18:55:08
18:54:08
18:53:08
18:53:00
18:52:08
18:51:08
18:50:08
CH
03
14
09
07
08
16
09
14
06
01
1 of 2
EVENT
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
RECOVER
RECOVER
LOSS
LOSS
LOSS
LOSS
LOSS
LOSS
LOSS
RECOVER
● Alarm History Table
This table displays the alarms that have occurred in the
past.
The alarm order, date, time, alarm number and event can
be identified.
Up to 100 item can be reserved, and they are overwritten
from the oldest, after more than 100 item have occurred.
Notes:
• When turning off the unit, all the history will be deleted.
• Alarm history can also be identified on the PC.
ALARM HISTORY
NO
016
015
014
013
012
011
010
009
008
007
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YYYY/MM/DD
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
HH:MM:SS
18:59:08
18:58:08
18:57:08
18:55:08
18:54:08
18:53:08
18:53:00
18:52:08
18:51:08
18:50:08
ALARM
03
03
03
07
07
07
09
09
06
06
1 of 2
EVENT
ALARM
ACK
RESET
ALARM
ACK
RESET
ALARM
RESET
ALARM
ACK
■ Timer Event
The built-in timer can automatically start or end the
sequence or spot mode on the specified days, which is
configurable in SX150 Admin Console.
The available operations:
Tour sequence and spot mode
The available timer events:
Up to 30
Note: When displaying SETUP MENU while timer event is
operating, the operation will stop.
■ System Status Table
■ Extended Functions
The current system status can be identified.
The continuous display becomes possible by the OSD setting.
The recorder connections will provide the following extended functions.
● Connection to a Recorder
SYSTEM STATUS
MON
1
2
3
4
CAM
01
02
04
16
MODE
T01
SPOT
ALARM
CAM
KB
K1
K2
K4
PC
OPE
1
2
4
30
PRI
30
2
1
1
The time-lapse recording and playback of all the camera
images connected to the unit are possible.
Each camera's image and camera ID are recorded.
You can search and play back the desired camera's image
by the camera ID.
The time-lapse recording is conducted as following.
Start
Camera1
MON: Monitor's unit address number
CAM: Camera No.
MODE: Operation mode
KB: Controller's unit address number
OPE: Operator number
PRI: Priority
■ Setup Procedures
To use the unit, it is necessary to configure the system
through the following setup procedures:
• OSD setup with an active monitor and system controller
The basic parameters are configurable to operate the
unit.
• SX150 Admin Console with the PC
The setup utility can configure all the functions of the
unit.
Refer to p. 44 WJ-SX150 SETUP MENU (OSD) and p. 51
SX150 ADMIN CONSOLE for details.
t
Camera 2
Camera 3
Camera 4
Camera 5
t
The operations are conducted with the buttons on the
recorder, system controller or PC.
• The setup of the recording device
• The start of the playback
• The stop of the playback
• The playback of the recorded images (the multiscreen
display, still spot picture or still multiscreen picture,
etc.)
• The search for the recorded image (the search by the
camera ID, or the recorded time and date)
• Forward or backward search
• Forward of backward field advance
• Fast-forward
• Rewind
• Index
Refer to each device's operating instructions for details.
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NOTIFICATION ABOUT PS·DATA CONTROLLER OPERATION
In the factory default setting, you can control the unit, if you connect a PS·Data system controller to the DATA 4 port. For example, if you connect a PS·Data unit supporting network connections (refer to p. 39), remote-control of the unit and the PS·Data
units will be available with a system controller or PC.
When you use a PS·Data system controller (WV-CU360C), take notice the following:
• The administer authorization and log-in/log-out procedure differs from the unit. They are conformed to the system controller. Refer to the system controller's operating instructions.
• Use the PS·Data template supplied to the system controller, as the operating procedures differ from those of the terminal
mode. (Refer to pp. 89 to 94.)
• When connecting a recorder to the unit, you may have to configure the settings of the unit and recorder, depending on the
recorder's available functions and connections. (Refer to p. 37.)
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DETAILED PRODUCT
DESCRIPTION
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MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
■ WJ-SX150 Matrix Switcher
● Front View
q
OPERATE
OPERATE LED WILL BLINK
IF COOLING FAN MALFUNCTIONS
Matrix Switcher WJ-SX
w
e
RESET
r
UNIT
78
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q Operation indicator (OPERATE)
Lights up when the power of the unit is turned on.
Note: The indicator will blink to indicate rising temperature in the matrix switcher.
When the indicator blinks, turn the power off and
refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
MODE
ON
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1 2 3 4
r Mode selector (MODE)
Selects the unit's operation mode.
Normally, set all switches to OFF (NORMAL mode) as
shown in the figure.
MODE SW SETUP
ON
w Reset button (RESET)
Resets and restarts the unit.
Note: The system configuration is not reset.
1 2 3 4
ON
NORMAL
1 2 3 4
SX150
SOFTWARE UPLOAD
1 2 3 4
MULTIPLEXER
SOFTWARE UPLOAD
ON
e Unit number selector (UNIT)
This selector is reserved for future use.
Normally, set this switch to "1".
SX150 SOFTWARE UPLOAD:
Refer to a service manual procurable in your area.
MULTIPLEXER SOFTWARE UPLOAD:
This mode is reserved for future use.
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● Rear View
u
o !0 !1
i
ALARM
DATA HDR DATA 4
SERIAL
DATA 3 DATA 2
DATA 1
TERM
OFF
ON
PS•DATA
16
y
IN
t
OUT
15
14
13
12
11
10
!2 !3!4 !5 !6
EXT IN
(PLAY IN)
CAMERA
SW IN
RS485(CAMERA)
LINE
2 SELECT 4
RS485(CAMERA)
9
8
7
6
5
EXT OUT
(REC OUT)
4
3
4
MONITOR OUT
3
2
!7
1
2
!8
SIGNAL GND
POWER
1
AC IN
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CAMERA
t Camera Output connectors (CAMERA OUT 1–16)
Connect to cameras or camera site accessories.
The video signal connected to the CAMERA IN connector is supplied at these connectors.
When the power of the matrix switcher is turned off, no
signal is supplied at these connectors.
y Camera Input connectors (CAMERA IN 1-16)
Connect to cameras or camera site accessories.
These connectors accept either a composite color or
B/W video signal from a camera.
In addition, the VD2 signal to synchronize the vertical
timing of the cameras, and data to control camera site
devices are multiplexed at these connectors.
u Termination selector (TERM ON/OFF)
When you connect a PS·Data system controller to the
DATA 4 port, this selector turns the unit's termination
switch to ON/OFF.
The factory default setting is ON.
Note: When you connect a terminal-mode system controller to the DATA 4 port, set this selector to ON.
i Alarm port (ALARM)
Connects to alarm sensors.
Accepts the alarm input from the associated alarm sensors.
o Data ports (DATA 1/2/3/4/DATA HDR)
• DATA 1 to 4 connect to System Controller WV-CU360C.
DATA 1 to 3 can connect to RS-485 cameras with the
configuration in SX150 Admin Console. (Refer to p. 65.)
Data 4 can connect to the system controller via the
PS·Data protocol.
• DATA HDR connects to recorder.
!0 Serial port (SERIAL)
Connects to a PC for the system configuration through
SX150 Admin Console.
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!1 RS-485 Camera port
Connects to an RS-485 camera.
Daisy chain connection is also available.
!2 Line selector (LINE SELECT 2/4)
Lets you select either full duplex (4 lines) or half duplex
(2 lines) for RS-485 cameras.
!3 Camera Switching Input connector (CAMERA SW IN)
This connector is not usable.
!4 External Output connector (EXT OUT/REC OUT)
This connector is not usable.
!5 External Input connector (EXT IN/PLAY IN)
A playback or live images from the recorder are provided via this connector.
!6 Monitor Output connectors (MONITOR OUT 1/2/3/4)
Connect to monitors.
The video output signals are supplied to the monitors at
these connectors.
!7 Power switch (POWER)
Turns the power of the matrix switcher on and off.
!8 AC Inlet socket (AC IN)
To use the unit, plug the power cord (supplied as a
standard accessory) into this socket and connect it to
an AC outlet.
■ WV-CU360C System Controller
A template is provided with System Controller WV-CU360C. When using the template, place it on the surface of the controller.
In these operating instructions, this template's illustrations are used for descriptions.
● Front View
#7
#8
#9
$0
$2
$1
$5
$4
$8
!9
@0
@1
OPERATE
LINK
ALARM
@2 @3 @4
MONITOR
CAMERA
@5
@6
BUSY
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
360C
For Matrix Switcher (WJ-SX150)
F1
ACK
IRIS
RESET
CLOSE
CAM SETUP
SUSPEND
ALL RESET
F2
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
STILL
AUX1 OFF
AUX1 ON
MON STATUS
ALL
OPEN
CALL
PRESET
NEAR
REW/FF
INDEX
$3
PREV
NEXT
STEP
RECORDER
PAUSE
STOP
UP
AUTO IRIS
FOCUS
FAR
PROGRAM
PRESET
AUTO FOCUS
AUTO PAN
ZOOM
L
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
WIDE
R
TELE
CAM FUNC
REC
DOWN
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
DEF OFF
MON (ESC)
OSD
SETUP
SEQUENCE
SHIFT
%1 $7 %0 $6 $9
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
CLEAR
LOG OUT
MON LOCK
MULTI SCREEN SEL
WIPER
#6
#5
#4
!9 Operation indicator (OPERATE)
Lights up when the controller's power is turned on.
@0 Link indicator (LINK)
Lights up when communication is established with the
matrix switcher.
@1 Alarm indicator (ALARM)
Lights up when an alarm condition exists.
@2 Monitor indicator (MONITOR)
Lights up when the monitor number appears on the
LED display.
@3 LED Display
Displays the monitor number, camera number, numeric
entry and error status, etc.
@4 Camera indicator (CAMERA)
Lights up when the camera number appears on the
LED display.
#3 #2 #1 #0 @9 @8
@7
@5 Busy indicator (BUSY)
Lights up when the higher-priority operator selects the
camera or monitor you are currently operating.
Operations from the system controller are disabled until
this indicator goes off.
@6 Prohibited indicator (PROHIBITED)
Blinks when an operator attempts to control a monitor
(or camera) that is already used by a higher-priority
operator or the operator has done the prohibited operation.
@7 Joystick
Use this joystick to manually operate cameras, camera
site accessories and a recorder, or to move the cursor
in SETUP MENU on the active monitor screen.
UP:
Up
DOWN: Down
L:
Left, rewind*, backward field advance*
R:
Right, fast-forward*, forward field advance*
*Available after pressing the RECORDER button while
connecting to a recorder.
@8 Iris buttons (IRIS CLOSE/OPEN)
Close or open the lens iris of cameras equipped with
the specified lens.
Press the CLOSE and OPEN buttons simultaneously.
The lens iris is reset to the factory default setting.
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@9 Focus buttons (FOCUS NEAR/FAR)
Adjust the lens focus of cameras equipped with the
specified lens.
Press the NEAR and FAR buttons simultaneously. The
lens focus is adjusted automatically, if the specified
auto focus camera is equipped.
#0 Zoom buttons (ZOOM WIDE/TELE)
Press these buttons to zoom the lenses equipped with
the specified cameras.
Press the WIDE and TELE buttons simultaneously. The
recording is started.
#1 Call Preset button (CALL PRESET/PROGRAM
PRESET)
To program the selected camera's preset position,
press this button in combination with the numeric buttons. (The specified cameras support this function.)
#2 Auto Pan button (AUTO PAN/CAM FUNC)
Activates the auto panning function of cameras
equipped with this feature.
To execute camera functions, press this button in combination with the numeric buttons.(The specified cameras support this function.)
#3 Clear button (CLEAR/LOG OUT)
Use this button to clear numeric input on the LED display, or exit from the ALARM HISTORY table (p. 81), the
VIDEO LOSS HISTORY table (p. 81), or the SYSTEM
STATUS table (p. 80).
To logout of the system, press this button while holding
down the SHIFT button.
#4 Camera (Set) button [CAM (SET)/WIPER]
CAM: To select a camera, press the corresponding
numeric button, followed by this button.
SET: To enter numeric input, such as operator ID and
password, press this button in combination with the
numeric buttons.
Also use this button to execute the currently highlighted selection and go into a submenu of SETUP
MENU.
WIPER: To turn on the housing wiper of the camera,
press this button while holding down the SHIFT button.
#5 Numeric buttons
Press these buttons to enter numbers into the system
such as the camera and monitor number, sequence
number, preset position, etc.
• In combination with the SHIFT button, parameter
selection in OSD (On-screen Display), operation of
the monitor status or search in a history table
become available.
• In combination with the RECORDER button, electronic zooming and multiscreen sequence are available.
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#6 Monitor (Escape) button [MON (ESC)/MON LOCK]
MON: Press this button to select a monitor.
To select a monitor, press the corresponding
numeric buttons, followed by the MON (ESC) button.
ESC: Press this button to escape from the currently
highlighted selection and return to the previous
page of SETUP MENU.
MON LOCK: To prevent other operators from controlling the monitor, press this button while holding
down the SHIFT button. To release the lock, press
this button while holding down the SHIFT button
again. (Refer to p. 74.)
#7 Alarm Reset button (RESET/ALL RESET)
RESET: To reset an alarm activated in the currently
active monitor, press this RESET button.
ALL RESET: To cancel all activated alarms at a time,
press this button while holding down the SHIFT button.
#8 Alarm Acknowledge button (ACK/SUSPEND)
ACK: Acknowledges an activated alarm.
To select the alarm monitor, press the ALARM button.
To select the desired alarm action number, press
the numeric buttons, then press this ACK button.
"ACK" will appear on the monitor.
To reset the alarm, press the RESET button after
acknowledging the alarm. "ACK" will go out.
SUSPEND: To suspend an activated alarm, press this
button while holding down the SHIFT button. "ALM
SUSPENDED" will appear on the monitor. To cancel
the suspension, press this button while holding
down the SHIFT button again.
#9 Function 1 button (F1/CAM SETUP)
Press this button while holding down the SHIFT button
to open the camera's SETUP MENU on the active monitor.
The function as the F1 button is reserved for future use.
$0 Tour Sequence button (TOUR SEQ)
Press this button, in combination with the numeric buttons, to run a tour sequence on the active monitor.
$1 Group Sequence button (GROUP SEQ)
Press this button to select a group sequence.
To select a group, press the corresponding numeric
buttons, followed by the GROUP SEQ button.
$2 Function 2 button (F2/INDEX)
Displays date and time entry form during the recorder
mode.
$3 Next button (NEXT)
Moves a tour sequence one step forward from the step
previously paused on the active monitor.
Also selects a camera. If the active monitor is in the
spot mode, press NEXT while holding down the CAM
(SET) button, to replace the currently selected camera
with the next higher-numbered camera.
During the recorder mode, this button moves the playback image one step forward.
$4 Previous button (PREV)
Moves a tour sequence one step backward from the
step previously paused on the active monitor.
Also selects a camera. If the active monitor is in spot
mode, press PREV while holding down the CAM (SET)
button, to replace the currently selected camera with
the next lower-numbered camera.
During the recorder mode, this button moves the playback image one step forward.
$5 Recorder button (RECORDER)
To enter the recording mode, press this button. (Refer
to p. 86.)
Note: Only one operator can enter the recorder mode
at one time.
$6 Pause button (PAUSE)
Pauses a tour sequence, and the playback of the
recorded images* that is being run on the active monitor.
Also restarts the sequence from the next step forward,
or the playback of the recorded images*.
$7 Play button (PLAY)
Starts the playback of the recorded images*.
$8 Stop button (STOP)
Ends a tour sequence, or stops the playback of the
recorded images* that is being run on the active monitor.
$9 Shift button (SHIFT)
To activate these functions, press this button, in combination with buttons associated with special functions.
%0 On-screen Display button (OSD)
Toggles the currently selected display items on the
active monitor.
1: Clock display (T&D)
2: Camera title display (CAM ID)
3: Event display (EVENT)
4: Monitor status display (MON STATUS)
5: All displays (ALL)
7: ALARM HISTORY table (ALM H)
8: VIDEO LOSS STATUS table (VLD H)
9: SYSTEM STATUS table (SYS S)
%0 Setup button (SETUP)
To display the unit's SETUP MENU, press this button
while holding down the SHIFT button.
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* The playback of the recorded images is possible when
a recorder is connected.
● Rear View
%2
78
CONTROLLER No. MODE
DATA
%7
%2 Controller Number switch (CONTROLLER No.)
Selects a number for the system controller for identification in a system. Normally, set the switch to number 1.
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%3 Mode Selection switches (MODE)
The operation mode of the system controller is selected
with these switches.
When you use a terminal-mode system controller, set
the switches to the positions shown in the figure.
OFF
ON
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MODE
Note: When you use a PS·Data system controller, refer
to the system controller's operating instructions.
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%6
DC 9V IN
DC 9V IN
%4 Data ports (DATA)
Exchange the control data with the matrix switcher via
RS-485 cable (supplied with the system controller).
%5 DC 9V Input jack (DC 9V IN)
Use this jack to plug the AC adapter supplied with the
system controller.
#1
CONTROLLER No.
1
%5
456
RISQUE DE CHOCS ELECTROUES
NE PAS OUVRIR
%4
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RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN
%3
%6 Clamp
Fastens the supplied AC adapter's power cord.
%7 AC adapter
Caution: Use only the supplied AC adapter to feed 9 V
DC to the system controller.
Note: Disconnect the plug from the controller before
setting the controller number switch or mode selection switch, and reconnect it when finished. The
new settings will take effect when the power is
turned on.
INSTALLATIONS AND SYSTEM
CONNECTIONS
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INSTALLATIONS
WARNING
The installations described in the figures should be
made by qualified service personnel or system
installers.
■ Mounting into the Rack
The matrix switcher can be mounted into the rack as
described.
1. Remove the four rubber feet by unwinding the four
screws on the bottom of the matrix switcher.
Remove 4 rubber feet
2. Place the rack mounting brackets on both sides of the
matrix switcher and tighten with the four supplied
screws (M4 X10).
3. Install the matrix switcher in the rack with the rack
mounting brackets secured with four screws (procured
locally).
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Notes:
• An optional cooling fan attached inside the unit is
subject to wear. It needs to be replaced periodically.
Keep the temperature in the rack below 45 °C
(113 °F) at any time.
• If the rack is subject to vibration, secure the rear of
the appliance to the rack by using additional mounting brackets (procured locally).
SYSTEM CONNECTION EXAMPLES
■ Basic System Connection
This is an example of basic system connection.
Camera
3
Camera Camera
1
2
Camera
16
CAMERA IN 1 to 16
WJ-SX150
Matrix Switcher
ALARM IN 1 to 16
OPERATE
OPERATE LED WILL BLINK
IF COOLING FAN MALFUNCTIONS
Matrix Switcher WJ-SX
Terminal-mode
System Controller WV-CU
360C
System Controller WV-CU
For Matrix Switcher (WJ-SX150)
NEXT
PS·Data/Terminal-mode
360C
System Controller WV-CU
For Matrix Switcher (WJ-SX150)
NEXT
360C
System Controller WV-CU
For Matrix Switcher (WJ-SX150)
NEXT
MONITOR OUT 1 to 4
360C
For Matrix Switcher (WJ-SX150)
NEXT
Max. 4 WV-CU360C System Controllers
Note: Before connecting a terminal-mode system controller to the DATA 4 port, configure the system through SETUP
MENU or SX150 Admin Console.
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■ System Expansion Connection
● Connection with Digital Disk Recorder WJ-HD500 Series
When connecting the cameras' video output connectors to Digital Disk Recorder WJ-HD500 Series, the digital disk recorder
can record all the camera channels.
Camera
3
Camera Camera
1
2
Camera
16
CAMERA IN 1 to 16
ALARM IN 1 to 16
MONITOR OUT 1 to 4
Available for live or play-backed camera images
(GENLOCK OFF)
OPERATE
OPERATE LED WILL BLINK
IF COOLING FAN MALFUNCTIONS
Matrix Switcher WJ-SX
WJ-SX150 Matrix Switcher
REMOTO
LOCK
ALARM
1
2
3
Terminal-mode
REC STOP
4
GROUP
SELECT
STOP
PLAY/ PAUSE
REC
PS·Data/Terminal-mode
FS 16
SET
TIMER
ALARM
RESET
ALARM
SUSPEND
OPERATE
HDD
FULL
SPOT
MULTISCREEN
MULTISCREEN
SELECT
SEQUENCE
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
REC PREVIEW
INDEX
EL-ZOOM
ALARM SEARCH
System Controller WV-CU
REV
FWD
COPY
360C
System Controller WV-CU
For Matrix Switcher (WJ-SX150)
NEXT
SET UP
/ESC
360C
System Controller WV-CU
For Matrix Switcher (WJ-SX150)
NEXT
360C
System Controller WV-CU
For Matrix Switcher (WJ-SX150)
NEXT
360C
For Matrix Switcher (WJ-SX150)
NEXT
DISPLAY
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS
Digital Disk
Recorder
WJ-HD
Digital Disk Recorder WJ-HD500 Series
A
Max. 4 WV-CU360C System Controllers
Notes:
• Before connecting a terminal-mode system controller to the DATA 4 port, configure the system through SETUP MENU or
SX150 Admin Console.
• If an optional network board is installed inside the recorder and you are to control it from LAN (local area network) or the
Internet, refer to a service manual procurable in your area.
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CONNECTIONS
■ Connection with the Camera Sites
Connect the data-multiplex type cameras (or camera site
equipment) to the CAMERA IN connectors 1 to 16 on the
matrix switcher's rear panel.
Notes:
• Make sure that the cable length is less than 900 m
(3 000 ft) between the camera site and the unit when
using RG-59/U, BELDEN 9259 or equivalent cables.
• If you use locally procuring cables, it is important to use
only a data-grade cable, which is suitable for RS-485
communication (shielded 2-wire twisted cable).
• When the cable length is extended, cable compensation is available. (Refer to pp. 48 and 63.)
Connect non-multiplex type cameras to the CAMERA IN
connectors 1 to 16. For cameras equipped with RS-485
communication facilities, connect the RS-485 cable as follows.
Check the camera addresses when using RS-485 cameras.
Operations from the system controller will be invalid if the
camera addresses are set improperly.
• Use addresses from 1 to 16 for individual cameras.
• Do not set the same address for more than one camera
in an RS-485 chain.
• Before connecting the RS-485 camera(s) to DATA 1, 2
and/or 3, configure the system through SX150 Admin
Console.
AUX
Alarm
DATA 3 DATA 2
DATA 1
RS485(CAMERA)
LINE
2 SELECT 4
RS485(CAMERA)
16
10
16
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
IN
OUT
CAMERA
WJ-SX150 Matrix Switcher
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■ Connections for RS-485 Type Camera
(A)
(B)
GND
There are two options to connect the camera with the matrix
switcher, depending on the distance between them.
One is "Home Run" wiring and the other is daisy chain
wiring. "Home Run" wiring has the transmission stability with
less transmission loss, and daisy chain wiring has connection flexibility with less data ports occupied. For data-multiplex type cameras, 900 meters (3 000 ft) is the limit to use
coaxial cable such as RG-59/U, BELDEN 9259 or equivalent.
Note: If more distance is required, use cameras and
matrix switcher with RS-485 communication feature.
Remote control becomes possible.
OFF
ON
WV-CPR450 and others (For the
Termination Switch positions, refer
to the instruction manual for the
camera.)
Set it to
position 2.
DATA HDR DATA 4
DATA 3 DATA 2
TERM
OFF
ON
PS•DATA
DATA 1
RS485(CAMERA)
LINE
2 SELECT 4
RS485(CAMERA)
WJ-SX150
● "Home Run" Wiring
1. Connect with a RS-485 camera in "Home Run" wiring as
shown in the figure.
2. Set the LINE SELECT switch to 2 or 4.
Notes:
• Before connecting RS-485 cameras to DATA1 to 3, data
port setting through SX150 Admin Console is necessary. (Refer to p. 65 Data Port.)
• Recommended for RS-485 communication is AWG#22
or thicker one. The cable should be shielded, two-wire,
twisted pair, and with low impedance.
• Set the LINE SELECT switch to 4 when programming
preset position of WV-CSR600/650 Series camera is
connected to the unit.
● Daisy Chain Wiring
1. Draw up a plan for connection between the cameras
and the input channels of the matrix switcher, and the
assignment of unit addresses to cameras.
2. Set the LINE SELECT switch to 2. Also, set the connected device's switch if required.
3. Connect one end of the cable to RS-485 (CAMERA),
and the other end to the first camera in the chain, as
shown in the figure. Repeat this procedure for all cameras.
4. Set the termination switches of the cameras at the chain
ends to ON. Camera's termination switches must be set
to OFF except the ones at the chain ends.
RS-485 type camera
Set it to
position 4.
DATA HDR DATA 4
DATA 3 DATA 2
TERM
OFF
ON
PS•DATA
DATA 1
RS485(CAMERA)
LINE
2 SELECT 4
RS485(CAMERA)
WJ-SX150
RS485 Port
Matrix switcher's rear panel
RB
RA
None
TA
TB
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GND
RB
RA
TB
TA
Notes:
• Set the same number for the camera's unit address as
and CAMERA IN.
• Check the settings of the camera addresses when
using RS-485 cameras. Operations from the system
controller will be invalid if the camera addresses are set
improperly.
• Do not use addresses other than 1 to 16 for individual
cameras (More than 17 cameras are not allowed).
• Do not set the same address for more than one camera
in an RS-485 chain.
• Termination is the key to data transmission and reception in the chain. While the other switches are set to
OFF, only the switches at the chain ends must be set to
ON.
• The termination of this unit's RS-485 camera port is
always set to ON. Connect the unit at the end of the
daisy chain.
• The more equipment there is in the chain, the slower
the response may be.
The switch on a daisychain-connected unit
other than the
extremities must be set
to OFF.
(A)
(B)
GND
OFF
■ Connection with the Monitors
The switch on the end
unit should be set to
ON.
(A)
(B)
GND
ON
OFF
Connect the monitors to the MONITOR OUT connectors at
the unit's rear panel with the coaxial cable.
ON
Martix Switcher
3
WV-CPR450 and others
(For the termination
switch positions, refer
to the instruction
manual for the
corresponding unit.)
DATA HDR DATA 4
TERM
OFF
ON
DATA 3 DATA 2
PS•DATA
4
MONITOR OUT
1
2
RS485(CAMERA)
DATA 1
LINE
2 SELECT 4
Set it to 2 or 4
(the same as
the connected
equipment).
RS485(CAMERA)
Monitor 3
Monitor 4
Monitor 2
Monitor 1
WJ-SX150
The connectors MONITOR OUT 1 to 4 are associated to
Monitor 1 to 4. When you control the monitors from a PS·
Data controller, the connectors MONITOR OUT are associated to Unit 1 to 4.
Auto termination works inside the matrix switcher.
Unit address 4 Unit address 3
Unit address 2
Unit address 1
Set the same
number for the
camera's unit
address as and
CAMERA IN.
DATA 3 DATA 2
DATA 1
RS485(CAMERA)
16
10
16
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
IN
OUT
CAMERA
WJ-SX150 Matrix Switcher
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■ Connection with the System
Controllers
■ Connection with the Alarm Sensors
Connect the system controller to the DATA 1 to 4 port at the
unit's rear panel with the modular cable.
Connect the sensor switches to the unit's alarm port, as
shown in the example.
Recover
Input
Alarm
Sensor 1
13
DATA HDR DATA 4
DATA 3 DATA 2
DATA 1
LINE
2 SELECT 4
TERM
OFF
ON
PS•DATA
1
RS485(CAMERA)
ALARM
RS485(CAMERA)
25
WJ-SX150
Pin No.
System Controller WV-CU
360C
System Controller WV-CU
For Matrix Switcher (WJ-SX150)
NEXT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
360C
For Matrix Switcher (WJ-SX150)
NEXT
System controller
System controller
DATA1 to DATA4 Port
Matrix switcher's rear panel
DATA 1 to 4
TA
TB
GND
RB
RA
Notes:
• Up to four system controllers are connectable.
• Connect them in home run.
• In the factory default setting, the DATA 4 port is a
PS·Data terminal. To connect a terminal-mode system
controller to this port, you need to change the data port
setting through SETUP MENU or SX150 Admin Console.
(Refer to pp. 49 or 65.)
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Designation
Alarm Input 1
Alarm Input 3
Alarm Input 5
Alarm Input 7
Alarm Input 9
Alarm Input 11
Alarm Input 13
Alarm Input 15
GND
Alarm Output 1
Alarm Output 3
GND
Recover Input
Pin No.
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Designation
Alarm Input 2
Alarm Input 4
Alarm Input 6
Alarm Input 8
Alarm Input 10
Alarm Input 12
Alarm Input 14
Alarm Input 16
GND
Alarm Output 2
Alarm Output 4
GND
RB
RA
TB
TA
GND
14
Alarm
Sensor 2
Notes:
• Alarm inputs that are simultaneous or with very short
intervals will be ignored.
Allow for at least 100 ms interval from one alarm input to
the next.
• Confirm the alarm sensor type (N.O. or N.C.) and configure the system through SETUP MENU (OSD) or
SX150 Admin Console.
The factory setting is N.O.
N.O.: Normally Open alarm contact
N.C.: Normally Closed alarm contact
• The alarm pin assigned to the time adjust (TIME) terminal cannot be used as an alarm input terminal.
■ Connection with the Alarm Output
Pins #10, 11, 23 and 24 (open collector) turns to 0 V while
the alarm is activated. These terminals can drive external
warning devices such as a buzzer or lamp of up to 100 mA,
16 V DC. If the rating exceeds 100 mA, 16 V DC use a relay
as shown in Example 2.
Alarm signals are output from the terminals until the reset.
Example 1: Direct drive connection
■ Connection with Digital Disk
Recorder WJ-HD500 Series
Note: Refer to a service manual procurable in your area, for
details on the connection with a recorder (after the network board installation) to operate via LAN or the
Internet.
● To Confirm the Images from a Recorder
Connected to the Unit
The following is the description of the connection between a
recorder and this unit to confirm the images from the
recorder.
Buzzer
Example 2: Connection of devices exceeding drive
1. Set the unit address of the recorder to 1. Then, confirm
that the recorder’s CAMERA GENLOCK is set to OFF in
its SETUP MENU. (Refer to the recorder's operating
instructions.)
2. Connect the unit’s CAM OUT 1 to 16 connectors to the
recorder’s VIDEO IN 1 to 16 connectors with a coaxial
cable.
3. Connect the unit’s EXT IN connector to the recorder’s
MULTI SCREEN OUT connector with a coaxial cable.
NC
NO
To Buzzer
C
Relay
4. Connect the unit’s DATA HDR connector to the
recorder’s DATA port with a modular cable.
(The control data and alarm signal will be output from
the unit to the recorder.)
5. After the connection, set the unit’s EXT IN to GENLOCK
ON through SETUP MENU or Admin Console (Refer to
pp. 49 or 63).
+12V
GND
Monitor
NC: Normally Closed Contact
NO: Normally Open Contact
C: Common
WJ-SX150 Matrix Switcher
ALARM
SERIAL
DATA 3 DATA 2
DATA HDR DATA 4
PS•DATA
15
14
13
12
11
10
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
EXT IN
(PLAY IN)
CAMERA
SW IN
RS485(CAMERA)
DATA 1
LINE
2 SELECT 4
TERM
OFF
ON
16
MONITOR
OUT
EXT IN
RS485(CAMERA)
9
8
7
6
5
9
8
7
6
5
3
1
4
MONITOR OUT
EXT OUT
(REC OUT)
4
2
3
2
1
3
2
1
IN
OUT
4
CAMERA
DATA HDR
MULTI SCREEN
OUT
IN
EXT STORAGE
GEN-LOCK OUT
COPY
SPOT
OUT
OUT
MULTI SCREEN OUT AUDIO
CONTROL
ALARM
SIGNAL GND
REMOTE(WV-CU50)
DATA
10/100BASE-T
SERIAL
MODE
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
IN
OUT
VIDEO
WJ-HD500 Series Digital Disk Recorder
Notes:
• You cannot record the camera images in maximum
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recording rate through this connection. Refer to the next
connection example in this page.
• The recorder will not operate if its unit address is set to
other than 1.
● To Record the Camera Images in Maximum
Recording Rate
The following is the description of the connection between a
recorder and this unit for the maximum-rate recording.
1. Set the unit address of the recorder to 1. Then, set the
recorder’s CAMERA GENLOCK to ON in its SETUP
MENU. (Refer to the recorder's operating instructions.)
2. Connect the unit’s CAM OUT 1 to 16 connectors to the
recorder’s VIDEO IN 1 to 16 connectors with a coaxial
cable.
3. Connect the unit’s EXT IN connector to the recorder’s
GENLOCK OUT connector with a coaxial cable.
4. Connect the unit’s DATA HDR connector to the
recorder’s DATA port with a modular cable.
(The control data and alarm signal will be output from
the unit to the recorder.)
5. After the connection, set the unit’s EXT IN to GENLOCK
ON through SETUP MENU or Admin Console (Refer to
pp. 49 or 63).
Notes:
• You need WJ-HD500A or a newer model for the maximum-rate recording.
• The playback, multiscreen output or live images from the
recorder are not displayed on Monitor 1 to 4. To confirm
the images, you need to connect another monitor with
the recorder.
• The recorder will not operate if its unit address is set to
other than 1.
• Make sure the DATA HDR port's unit address is set to 1
through SX150 Admin Console. (Refer to p. 65.) If
another number is selected, you cannot control the
recorder.
EXT IN
WJ-SX150 Matrix Switcher
ALARM
SERIAL
DATA 3 DATA 2
DATA HDR DATA 4
PS•DATA
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
EXT IN
(PLAY IN)
CAMERA
SW IN
RS485(CAMERA)
DATA 1
LINE
2 SELECT 4
TERM
OFF
ON
RS485(CAMERA)
9
8
7
6
5
9
8
7
6
5
3
1
4
MONITOR OUT
EXT OUT
(REC OUT)
4
2
3
2
1
3
2
1
IN
OUT
4
CAMERA
DATA HDR
DATA
MULTI
SCREEN
OUT
IN
EXT STORAGE
GEN-LOCK OUT
COPY
SPOT
OUT
CONTROL
ALARM
SIGNAL GND
REMOTE(WV-CU50)
DATA
OUT
MULTI SCREEN OUT AUDIO
10/100BASE-T
SERIAL
MODE
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
IN
OUT
VIDEO
WJ-HD500A or a newer model
Monitor
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GENLOCK
OUT
● To Control a Recorder via the Network
Monitor
The following is the description of the connection between
a recorder and this unit to control the recorder via the network.
1. Set the recorder's unit address to a number larger than
5. (Refer to the recorder's operating instructions.)
2. Connect the unit’s CAM OUT 1 to 16 connectors to the
recorder’s VIDEO IN 1 to 16 connectors with a coaxial
cable.
WJ-SX150 Matrix Switcher
ALARM
SERIAL
DATA 3 DATA 2
DATA HDR DATA 4
PS•DATA
15
14
13
12
11
10
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
EXT IN
(PLAY IN)
CAMERA
SW IN
RS485(CAMERA)
DATA 1
LINE
2 SELECT 4
TERM
OFF
ON
16
MONITOR
OUT
EXT IN
RS485(CAMERA)
9
8
7
6
5
9
8
7
6
5
3
1
4
MONITOR OUT
EXT OUT
(REC OUT)
4
2
3
2
1
3
2
1
IN
OUT
4
CAMERA
3. Connect the unit’s DATA HDR and DATA4 connectors
to the recorder’s DATA port with a daisy chain connection cable kit (WV-CA48/10K).
(The control data and alarm signal will be output from
the unit to the recorder.)
4. Select the recorder's new unit address, which is set in
step 1, for DATA HDR in the Data Port window. (Refer to
p. 65.)
DATA4
(PS·Data)
DATA HDR
Daisy Chain Connection Kit
(WV-CA48/10K)
MULTI SCREEN
OUT
IN
DATA
EXT STORAGE
GEN-LOCK OUT
COPY
SPOT
OUT
OUT
MULTI SCREEN OUT AUDIO
CONTROL
ALARM
SIGNAL GND
REMOTE(WV-CU50)
DATA
10/100BASE-T
SERIAL
10/100 BASE-T
MODE
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
IN
5. Through a browser, set the unit address of an optional
network board (WJ-HDB502) to a number other than 1.
(Refer to WJ-HDB502 Operating Instructions.)
OUT
VIDEO
Digital Disk Recorder*
LAN cable
6. Refer to p. 37 and 38 for MONITOR OUT connection,
MULTI SCREEN OUT connection, and EXT IN connection.
HUB/Router
LAN**
* WJ-HD500A or Newer Models with Network Board (WJ-HDB502)
** LAN : Local Area Network
Notes:
• You will need WJ-HD500A or a newer model, in which
an optional network board (WJ-HDB502) is installed.
• Select the PS·Data protocol for the DATA 4 setting.
(Refer to p. 49 DATA 4/PSD PORT SELECT or p. 65
Data Port.) If the terminal mode is selected, you cannot
control the recorder.
• If its unit address is set to 1, the recorder will not be
operable.
• If the recorder's unit address in step 1 and the DATA
HDR setting in step 4 are different, the recorder will not
be operable.
• In these connections, you cannot use a PS·Data system
controller.
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■ Time Adjustment with an External
Equipment
● DATA HDR Port
DATA HDR Port
Matrix switcher's rear panel
DATA HDR
TB
TA
RB
RA
GND
GND
RA
RB
TB
TA
● Master Clock Connection Example for Time
Adjustment
■ Connection with the PC
1. Conform the communication speed (SERIAL PORT
SPEED) parameter in SETUP MENU to that of the PC.
2. Connect the matrix switcher's serial port to that of the
PC with the 9-pin D-sub cable.
D-sub9
or
D-sub25
SERIAL
Matrix Switcher
Notes:
• The following parameters are fixed.
Data bit: 8 bits
Parity check: none
Stop bit: 1 bit
• Refer to Cable Specifications in this page for details on
cables.
● Cable Specifications
PC
WJ-SX150
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
Frame
Frame
Shield
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Connect the matrix switcher's time adjusting terminal to
those of the master clock with the twisted pair cable.
The figure below shows the case in which Alarm Input 16 is
assigned as the time adjusting terminal.
Note: A master clock with N.O. (Normally Open alarm contact)-type output is connectable.
Matrix Switcher
D-sub9
Personal Computer
The specified external devices can output the time adjusting signal to the matrix switcher.
This signal can adjust the time by up to ± 30 seconds every
hour.
To use this function, it is necessary to assign one of the
alarm input terminals (pin # 1 to 16) to the time adjusting
terminal.
SETUP MENU or SX150 Admin Console can assign the signal.
ALARM
Pin #22
GND
Pin #21
12
9
3
6
Master clock
WJ-SX150 SETUP PROCEDURES
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SETUP PROCEDURES
■ Setup Procedures
This unit has two setting procedures.
The one is SETUP MENU, which is the unit's on-screen display (OSD).
The other is SX150 Admin Console, which operates on the
PC.
■ Description of Setup Procedures
Schedule settings
• Timer event
• Camera cleaning
• Daylight saving time
Alarm settings
• Alarm mode
• Alarm event
• Alarm input/Alarm port
Operator settings
• Operator registration
• Level table
• Monitor select (Monitor selection)
• Auto login/logout (Auto log-in/log-out)
This chapter describes about configurable items.
● Sequence Settings
SETUP MENU (OSD)
SX150 Admin Console (PC)
Sequence settings
• Tour sequence
• Group sequence
System settings
• Clock (Time and date) *1
• Cable compensation
• Camera title
• Data port *2
Setup file operation
• Put a file to SX150
• Get a configuration data from the SX150
SX150 Admin Console Configuration
• File Open
• Account Manager
• Communication (Serial) port
• Camera manual cleaning ON/OFF
*1 SX150 Admin Console can configure the display pattern.
*2 SX150 Admin Console can configure the communication
speed (baud rate) of the ports Data 1 to 4.
• SETUP MENU (OSD)
The basic functions, which are essential for the operation,
are configurable. However, some items are not configurable. The settings about group sequences, operators and
schedules, etc.
• SX150 Admin Console (PC)
All the functions of this unit are configurable. You need a
PC to use SX150 Admin Console.
Refer to p. 51 SX150 ADMIN CONSOLE for details of the
platform and installation.
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Notes:
• To use SX150 Admin Console, you need to prepare a
PC and a 9-pin D-sub cable.(Refer to p. 40.)
• When changing the configuration of SX150 Admin
Console, configuration data getting and putting are
necessary between the unit and PC to activate your
configuration.
SETUP MENU can configure tour sequences. SX150 Admin
Console can configure both of tour sequences and group
sequences.
• Tour sequence: Up to 16 tour sequences are configurable (16 steps per tour).
• Group sequence: Tour sequences can be activated on
up to 4 monitors simultaneously (1 tour sequence per
monitor).
● Schedule Settings
SETUP MENU can configure daylight saving time. SX150
Admin Console can configure timer event, camera cleaning, and daylight saving time.
• Timer event: A sequence or spot mode can be activated on the regular time of every month, week or day.
Up to 30 timer events can be registered.
• Camera cleaning: Camera cleaning can be executed
on the regular time of every month, week or day.
• Daylight saving time: Daylight saving times for 20 years
are configurable.
● Alarm Settings
The operation parameters when an alarm is input to the unit
are configurable.
• Alarm mode: The operation mode activated along with
an alarm input is configurable. Sequence mode or hold
mode is selectable. Alarm mode can be set to OFF
when not using it.
• Alarm event: The event activated along with an alarm
input is assignable to each alarm input terminals. The
sequence number or spot camera is selectable for the
alarm event.
• Alarm input (Alarm port): The alarm polarity (N. O. or N.
C.) is assignable to each alarm input terminal. One of
16 terminals is assignable for time adjustment.
● Operator Settings
If you control this unit with a terminal-mode system controller, your operator information, controllable monitors and
auto log-in/log-out will be registrable and configurable.
• Operator registration: Up to 16 operators are available.
ID and password for operator identification are configurable. Level and priority can be assigned to each
operator. Each camera's control coverage is also configurable.
• Level table: Restriction level for each password is customizable.
• Monitor select (Monitor selection): Controllable monitor
can be assigned to each controller.
• Auto login/logout (Auto log-in/log-out): Auto log-in/logout is configurable for each controller.
Notes:
• These settings (except Operator registration) are configurable only through SX150 Admin Console. Operator
registration is configurable through SETUP MENU and
SX150 Admin Console.
• When you control the unit with a PS·Data system controller, the above settings will be invalid. Refer to the
system controller's operating instructions.
● System Settings
SETUP MENU can configure the clock (time and date),
cable compensation and camera title.
Besides these settings, SX150 Admin Console can select
the data ports' baud rates.
• Clock (Time and date): The unit's time and date are
configurable.
• Cable compensation: Cable compensation type is
selectable depending on the distance between a camera and the unit. It is also possible to determine whether
to send the VD2 timing pulse or control data with the
camera output signals.
• EXT IN: External synchronization of the EXT IN connector is set to ON or OFF.
• Camera title: Camera title is configurable to identify the
camera images on the monitor. SX150 Admin Console
can configure the camera title including original characters.
• Data port: Usually, the ports DATA 1 to 3 connect to the
terminal-mode system controllers. RS-485 cameras will
be connectable with the data port configurations
through SX150 Admin Console and SETUP MENU.
When you use the system controllers via the PS·Data
protocol, you need to configure the DATA 4 port setting
through SX150 Admin Console or SETUP MENU.
● Setup File Operation
SX150 Admin Console can send a configuration file from
the PC to this unit. The utility can also send the file from the
unit to the PC for configuration.
• Put to a file: A configuration data is sent from the PC to
the unit.
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• Get from a file: A configuration data is sent from the unit
to the PC.
• Select setup data file: A configuration data is selected
when sending it from the PC to the unit (or from the unit
to the PC.)
Note: These settings are configurable only through SX150
Admin Console.
● SX150 Admin Console Configuration
The PC-related settings are configurable.
• Account Manager: SX150 Admin Console operators are
registrable and changeable.
• Communication (Serial) port: PC's usable communication port number and its baud rate (communication
speed) are configurable.
WJ-SX150 SETUP MENU (OSD)
The WJ-SX150 SETUP MENU (SETUP MENU) enables function controls that are not available by direct operation.
Note: Only one operator can enter SETUP MENU.
This operating instructions uses the symbols to
describe the buttons.
4. To end the setting and return to the normal view, press
the SETUP button while holding down the SHIFT button
when SETUP MENU is displayed.
The system controller's SETUP indicator will go off.
■ Displaying SETUP MENU
To display SETUP MENU, follow the procedure below.
1. Confirm that the camera and peripherals are correctly
and securely connected and that all components are
turned on.
2. To execute the selection, select one of the monitors (1
to 4) by pressing the numeric button, then press the
MON (ESC) button.
The MONITOR indicator will light up.
3. Press the SETUP button while holding down the SHIFT
button on the system controller.
WJ-SX150 SETUP MENU will appear on the active monitor as shown below, and the system controller's SETUP
indicator will light up.
The tree of SETUP MENU is shown in the next page.
WJ-SX150 SETUP MENU
SETUP
SHIFT
100 TIME&DATE
200 D.S.T.
300
400
500
600
700
1.00
Aug/21/2002 10:55 AM
ON
SEQUENCEO
ALARMO
CAMERA TITLEO
SYSTEMO
OPERATOR REGISTRATIONO
■ Programming SETUP MENU
As shown in the tree, SETUP MENU has seven main submenus:
TIME & DATE, D. S. T., SEQUENCE SETUP, ALARM
SETUP, CAMERA TITLE, SYSTEM SETUP and OPERATOR
REGISTRATION.
SEQUENCE SETUP, ALARM SETUP, CAMERA TITLE, SYSTEM SETUP and OPERATOR REGISTRATION are further
divided into additional submenus.
The (O) mark indicates that the item has a submenu for
more detailed setups.
Refer to the figure in next page for the composition of
SETUP MENU.
■ TIME & DATE
WJ-SX150 SETUP MENU
100 TIME&DATE
200 D.S.T.
300
400
500
600
700
The following functions and buttons are valid in SETUP
MENU:
Joystick to UP(D): Moves the cursor up or returns to
the previous page.
Joystick to DOWN(C): Moves the cursor down or displays the next page.
Joystick to L(A): Moves the cursor to the left.
Joystick to R (B): Moves the cursor to the right.
PREV button: Selects the previous mode or parameter.
NEXT button: Selects the next mode or parameter.
Numeric buttons: Enters numerals.
CLEAR button: Deletes a character when editing a
camera title.
CAM (SET) button: Executes the selections and displays a submenu for items with the (O) mark.
MON (ESC) button: Returns to SETUP MENU or the
previous menu.
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1.00
Aug/21/2002 10:55 AM
ON
SEQUENCEO
ALARMO
CAMERA TITLEO
SYSTEMO
OPERATOR REGISTRATIONO
● How to Display
To display this menu on the monitor, move the cursor to 100
TIME & DATE in SETUP MENU by moving the joystick to D
or C.
● Parameters
You can move the cursor to each parameter by moving the
joystick to A or B.
• Month
Press the NEXT or PREV button to select the correct month.
• Day
Press the numeric buttons to enter it directly.
WJ-SX150 SETUP MENU
100 TIME&DATE
200 D.S.T.
300
400
500
600
700
1.00
300 SEQUENCE
Aug/21/2002 10:55 AM
ON
SEQUENCEO
ALARMO
CAMERATITLEO
SYSTEMO
OPERATOR REGISTRATIONO
TOUR NO. =1
STEP CAM
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
PRE DWELL
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
STEP CAM
9
9
10 10
11 11
12 12
13 13
14 14
15 15
16 16
PRE DWELL
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
420 ALARM EVENT
Outside the U. S.:
· Aug/21/2002... 21/08/2002
· D. S. T.... SUMMER TIME
400 ALARM
410 ALARM MODE
SEQUENCE / DWELL 2sec
420 ALARM EVENTO
ALARM INPUT
430
CAMERA
OFF
440
ALARM PORT
ONO
450
SERIAL PORT
ON
500 CAMERA TITLE
2 of 2
500 CAMERA
TITLE
CAM
TITLE
9 C09
CAM 10
TITLE
C10
1 11 C11
2 12 C12
3 13 C13
4 14 C14
5 15 C15
6 16 C16
7
8
660 EXT IN
GENLOCK OFF
670 CAMERA CLEANING
OFF
700 OPERATOR REGISTRATION
ID
=150
PASSWORD=*****
PRIORITY=1
LEVEL
=1
CAM01=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM02=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM03=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM04=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM05=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM06=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM07=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM08=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM09=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM10=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM11=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM12=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM13=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM14=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM15=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM16=VIEW&CONTROL
• MINUTE
Press the numeric button to enter the correct minute.
• AM/PM
Press the NEXT or PREV button to select the correct time.
After the configuration, press the SETUP button while holding down the SHIFT button. The configuration will be updated when closing SETUP MENU.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
CAM COMP VD2
1 S
ON
2 S
ON
3 S
ON
4 S
ON
5 S
ON
6 S
ON
7 S
ON
8 S
ON
DATA
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
CAM COMP VD2
9 S
ON
10 S
ON
11 S
ON
12 S
ON
13 S
ON
14 S
ON
15 S
ON
16 S
ON
DATA
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
620 RS485 CAMERA
OPERATOR NO.= 1
• TIME
Press the numeric button to enter the correct time.
/ PRE01
/ PRE01
PRE-/ PRE01
PRE-/ PRE01
PRE-/ PRE01
PRE-/ PRE01
PRE-/ PRE01
PRE-/ PRE01
PRE-PRE--
610 COMPENSATION/VD2/DATA
COMPENSATION/VD2/DATAO
RS485 CAMERAO
DATA4/PSD PORT SELECT PSD
PSD PORT SPEED
9600bps
SERIAL PORT SPEED
38400bps
• Year
Press the numeric button to enter the correct year.
1 of 2
440 ALARM INPUT(ALARM PORT)
1 of 2
600 SYSTEM
610
620
630
640
650
2 of 2
420 ALARMALM
EVENT
MON MODE
9
1 SPOT1
ALM 10MON 1MODE
SPOT1
1 11 1 1CAM01
/
SPOT1
2 12 1 1CAM02
/
SPOT1
3 13 1 1CAM03
/
SPOT1
4 14 1 1CAM04
/
SPOT1
5 15 1 1CAM05
/
SPOT1
/
6 16 1 1CAM06
SPOT1
7
1 CAM07 /
8
1 CAM08 /
CAM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PORT
---------
CAM
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
PORT
---------
Notes:
• Adjust the time and date when the clock display is different from the current one.
• The clock display pattern is changeable with the setting in
SX150 Admin Console. (Refer to p. 62.) The factory
default setting is Month/Day/Year.
• The clock is automatically adjusted to 0 second of the setting time and date when closing SETUP MENU.
• Hour system (12- hours or 24- hours) is changeable
through SX150 Admin Console.
■ D. S. T. (Daylight Saving Time)
WJ-SX150 SETUP MENU
100 TIME&DATE
200 D.S.T.
300
400
500
600
700
1.00
Aug/21/2002 10:55 AM
ON
SEQUENCEO
ALARMO
CAMERA TITLEO
SYSTEMO
OPERATOR REGISTRATIONO
● How to Display
To display this menu on the monitor, move the cursor to 200
D. S. T. in SETUP MENU by moving the joystick to ▼ or ▲.
● Parameters
Select ON or OFF by pressing the NEXT or PREV buttons.
ON: Daylight saving time is activated.
OFF: Daylight saving time is deactivated.
TOUR NO: Press the NEXT or PREV button to select the
tour number. Or press the numeric button(s) to
enter a number.
STEP: This stands for a tour sequence step.
CAM: This stands for a camera number. CAM 0 to 16 is
selectable. CAM 0 deactivates the sequence step.
The factory default setting is assigned to each step
in numerical order (STEP 1 = CAM 1, STEP 2 =
CAM 2, STEP 3 = CAM 3, STEP = 4, CAM 4, STEP 5
= CAM 5…)
PRE: This stands for a camera’s preset position number. 1 to 64 or "- -" is selectable. When the camera
has no preset position, select "- -". You can set "- -"
by pressing the button 0.
The factory default setting is "- -".
DWELL: This stands for the dwell time. 1 second to 30
seconds are selectable. If you enter 0, the
sequence step will be skipped.
The factory default setting is 2S for each step.
The factory default setting is ON.
After the configuration, press the MON (ESC) button. The
monitor display will return to the previous menu.
After the configuration, press the SETUP button while holding down the SHIFT button. The configuration will be updated when closing SETUP MENU.
After all the configurations, press the SETUP button while
holding down the SHIFT button. The configuration will be
updated when closing SETUP MENU.
Note: The start/end date are configurable through SX150
Admin Console. (Refer to p. 56.)
Notes:
• A preset position number is available only when a combination camera is selected for CAM.
• The available preset position numbers differ among
cameras. Refer to each camera's operating instructions.
■ SEQUENCE SETUP
300 SEQUENCE
TOUR NO. =1
STEP CAM
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
PRE DWELL
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
STEP CAM
9
9
10 10
11 11
12 12
13 13
14 14
15 15
16 16
PRE DWELL
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
-2S
■ ALARM SETUP
400 ALARM
410 ALARM MODE
SEQUENCE / DWELL 2sec
420 ALARM EVENT
ALARM INPUT
430
CAMERA
OFF
440
ALARM PORT
ONO
450
SERIAL PORT
ON
● How to Display
To display this menu on the monitor, move the cursor to 300
SEQUENCE in SETUP MENU by moving the joystick to ▼ or
▲.
Then, press the CAM (SET) button. The submenu appears
on the monitor.
● Parameters
Move the joystick to move the cursor.
Press the NEXT or PREV button to select the desired parameters.
Press the numeric button(s) to enter a number.
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● How to Display
To display this menu on the monitor, move the cursor to 400
ALARM in SETUP MENU by moving the joystick to ▼ or ▲.
Then, press the CAM (SET) button. The submenu appears
on the monitor.
● Parameters
Move the joystick to move the cursor.
Press the NEXT or PREV button to select the desired parameters.
Press the numeric button(s) to enter a number.
• ALARM MODE
You can select an operation mode when alarm input signals
are accepted by the unit.
Note: The alarm mode is activated when alarm input
signals are assigned to the same monitor through
420 ALARM EVENT or the Alarm Event (refer to p.
58) window.
SEQUENCE: An alarm operation is replaced by another one after the dwell time (DWELL) ends.
HOLD: An initial alarm operation is continued even after
another alarm input is accepted.
OFF: Select this when not using the alarm mode.
The factory default setting is SEQUENCE.
• DWELL
This stands for the dwell time of a sequence during an
alarm mode.
1 to 30 seconds are selectable.
The factory default setting is 2 seconds.
• ALARM EVENT
This item is configurable in 420 ALARM EVENT.
Move the cursor and press the CAM (SET) button.
420 ALARM EVENT will appear on the monitor.
Notes:
• MODE and PRE cannot be selected by pressing the
numeric buttons. Press the NEXT or PREV button for
selection.
• PRE doesn’t appear when TOUR 1 to 16 is selected for
MODE.
• When selecting a camera without the preset position
function, select "- -" for PRE.
• When moving the joystick to ▼ at the bottom of ALARM
EVENT 1 of 2, the monitor will display 2 of 2 (the next
page).
• When moving the joystick to ▲ at the top of ALARM
EVENT 2 of 2, the monitor will display 1 of 2 (the previous page).
After the configuration, press the MON (ESC) button. The
monitor display returns to ALARM SETUP.
• ALARM INPUT
CAMERA
ON: This stands for that an alarm input is accepted via
the CAMERA IN connectors or the RS-485 ports.
OFF: This stands for that an alarm input is neither
accepted via the CAMERA IN connectors nor the
RS-485 ports.
The factory default setting is OFF.
420 ALARM EVENT
ALM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MON
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 of 2
MODE
CAM01
CAM02
CAM03
CAM04
CAM05
CAM06
CAM07
CAM08
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
ALARM PORT
ON: This stands for that an alarm input is accepted via
the ALARM port (25-pin D-sub connector at the rear
panel).
OFF: This stands for that an alarm input is not accepted
via the ALARM port.
PRE-PRE-PRE-PRE-PRE-PRE-PRE-PRE--
The factory default setting is ON.
420 ALARM EVENT
ALM
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
MON
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2 of 2
MODE
CAM09
CAM10
CAM11
CAM12
CAM13
CAM14
CAM15
CAM16
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
PRE-PRE-PRE-PRE-PRE-PRE-PRE-PRE--
Each alarm input's polarity is configurable in 440 ALARM
INPUT (ALARM PORT).
Set ALARM PORT to ON and press the CAM (SET) button.
440 ALARM INPUT (ALARM PORT) will appear on the monitor.
440 ALARM INPUT(ALARM PORT)
ALM: This stands for the alarm number.
MON: This stands for the monitor number.
MODE: This stands for the display mode of an alarm
image.
• CAMnn (nn is the camera number): Activates the
spot camera when an alarm input is accepted.
• PRE: This item stands for the preset position number of a CAMnn. Enter the desired preset position
number when selecting a combination camera.
When selecting another type of camera, select --.
• TOURnn (nn is a tour sequence number): Executes
a tour sequence when an alarm input is accepted.
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The factory default setting is the same as the two illustrations above.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
To select an alarm input polarity required for the ALARM
port, press the PREV or NEXT button.
N.O.: Selects Normally Open alarm contact.
N.C.: Selects Normally Closed alarm contact.
TIME: Enables the input for time adjustment.
The factory default setting is N.O.
Notes:
• Use N.O. type master clock.
• If TIME is selected, an alarm input terminal can adjust
the clock by ±30 seconds with an N.O. type signal
input. For example, when the clock time is between
00:59:30 and 01:00:30, it will be automatically adjusted
to 01:00:00 by the master clock.
After the configuration, press the MON (ESC) button. The
monitor display returns to 400 ALARM SETUP.
SERIAL PORT
ON: This stands for that an alarm input is accepted via
SERIAL.
OFF: This stands for that an alarm input is not accepted
via SERIAL.
The factory default setting is ON.
After the configuration, press the MON (ESC) button. The
monitor display will return to the previous menu.
After all the configurations, press the SETUP button while
holding down the SHIFT button. The configuration will be
updated when closing SETUP MENU.
■ CAMERA TITLE
500 CAMERA TITLE
CAM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1 of 2
TITLE
A camera title is composed of up to 20 characters.
The first four characters (C01_(space) to C16_) are fixed
and the subsequent 20 are editable.
The characters available here are the following:
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrs
tuvwxyz0123456789!"#$%&'()*+,-./:;=?_(space)
The factory default settings are same as the illustrations.
1. Edit the camera titles by pressing the NEXT or PREV
buttons.
The NEXT button toggles these characters in this order.
The PREV button toggles these characters in a reverse
order.
Joystick and the CLEAR button are also usable for the
edit. (Refer to p. 44 Displaying SETUP MENU for each
use.)
2. After the configuration, press the MON (ESC) button.
The monitor display will return to the previous menu.
After all the configurations, press the SETUP button while
holding down the SHIFT button. The configuration will be
updated when closing SETUP MENU.
Notes:
• When moving the joystick to ▼ at the bottom of CAMERA TITLE 1 of 2, the monitor will display 2 of 2 (the
next page).
• When moving the joystick to ▲ at the top of CAMERA
TITLE 2 of 2, the monitor will display 1 of 2 (the previous
page).
• Original characters are configurable through SX150
Admin Console, but they are not displayed correctly in
SETUP MENU. They are displayed as ■. (Refer to p. 64
Edit Font window.)
■ SYSTEM SETUP
600 SYSTEM
500 CAMERA TITLE
CAM
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2 of 2
TITLE
610
620
630
640
650
COMPENSATION/VD2/DATAO
RS485 CAMERAO
DATA4/PSD PORT SELECT PSD
PSD PORT SPEED
9600bps
SERIAL PORT SPEED
38400bps
660 EXT IN
GENLOCK OFF
670 CAMERA CLEANING
OFF
● How to Display
● How to Display
To display this menu on the monitor, move the cursor to 500
CAMERA TITLE in SETUP MENUby moving the joystick to
▼ or ▲. Then, press the CAM (SET) button. The submenu
appears on the monitor.
To display this menu on the monitor, move the cursor to 600
SYSTEM in SETUP MENU by moving the joystick to ▼ or ▲.
Then, press the CAM (SET) button. The submenu appears
on the monitor.
● Parameters
● How to edit
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Move the joystick to move the cursor.
Press the NEXT or PREV button to select the desired parameters.
• COMPENSATION/VD2/DATA
This menu links to the submenu.
Move the cursor and press the CAM (SET) button to go into
the menu.
610 COMPENSATION/VD2/DATA will appear on the monitor.
610 COMPENSATION/VD2/DATA
CAM COMP VD2
1 S
ON
2 S
ON
3 S
ON
4 S
ON
5 S
ON
6 S
ON
7 S
ON
8 S
ON
DATA
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
CAM COMP VD2
9 S
ON
10 S
ON
11 S
ON
12 S
ON
13 S
ON
14 S
ON
15 S
ON
16 S
ON
DATA
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
CAM: This stands for the camera number.
COMP: This stands for cable compensation.
Select the desired setting according to the cable length.
S: Less than 400 m (1 300 ft)
M: 400 m (1 300 ft) to 700 m (2 300 ft)
L: 700 m (2 300 ft) to 900 m (3 000 ft)
Refer to p. 33 for available cables.
The factory default setting is S.
CAM: This stands for the camera number.
PORT: This stands for the data port to which an RS-485
type camera is connected. The following are the
parameters.
• RS485: Select this when connecting the camera to
an RS-485 port.
• DATA1: Select this when connecting the camera
to the DATA 1 port.
• DATA 2: Select this when connecting the camera
to the DATA 2 port.
• DATA 3: Select this when connecting the camera
to the DATA 3 port.
• --(DISABLE): Select this when using the camera
via coaxial communication or not using the camera.
The factory default setting is DISABLE (for CAM 1 to
16).
Note: The settings of camera inputs without camera connections are ignored.
• DATA4/PSD PORT SELECT
This stands for the operation mode: PS·Data or the terminal
mode.
PSD: Select this when connecting a PS·Data controller
to the DATA 4 port.
DATA 4: Select this when connecting a terminal-mode
controller to the DATA 4 port.
The factory default setting is PSD.
VD2: To send the VD2 timing pulse with the camera
output signal, select ON. Not to send the VD2 timing pulse with the camera output signal, select OFF.
The factory default setting is ON.
DATA: To send the control data with the camera output
signal, select ON. Not to send the control data with
the camera output signal, select OFF. The factory
default setting is ON.
After the configuration, press the MON (ESC) button. The
monitor display returns to the previous menu.
• RS485 CAMERA SETUP
This menu links to the submenu.
Move the cursor and press the CAM (SET) button to go into
the menu. 620 RS485 CAMERA SETUP will appear on the
monitor.
PORT
---------
The factory default setting is 9600 bps.
• SERIAL PORT SPEED
Select the desired communication speed for SERIAL (the
serial port), with the NEXT or PREV button.
38400 bps: The speed is set to 38400 bps.
19200 bps: The speed is set to 19200 bps.
9600 bps: The speed is set to 9600 bps.
4800 bps: The speed is set to 4800 bps.
The factory default setting is 38400 bps.
After the configuration, press the MON (ESC) button. The
monitor display will return to the previous menu.
620 RS485 CAMERA
CAM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
• DATA4/PSD PORT SPEED
This stands for the PS·Data communication speed (or baud
rate) of the DATA 4 port.
19200, 9600 or 4800 bps is selectable.
CAM
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
PORT
---------
After all the configurations, press the SETUP button while
holding down the SHIFT button. The configuration will be
updated when closing SETUP MENU.
• EXT IN
This stands for the setting of the EXT IN connector at the
unit's rear panel.
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GENLOCK
ON: Select this mode when you gen-lock the unit
through an external device (such as a recorder).
Images via the EXT IN connector are not displayed
on Monitor 1 to 4.
OFF: Select this mode when you don't gen-lock the unit
through an external device. Images via the EXT IN
connector can be displayed on Monitor 1 to 4.
The factory default setting is GENLOCK OFF.
Notes:
• If GENLOCK ON is selected, the playback images or
multiscreen display cannot be displayed on Monitor 1
to 4. Confirm the images on the monitor which are connected to the recorder.
• If GENLOCK OFF is selected, the maximum rate
recording becomes unavailable (when WJ-HD500A is
connected to the unit).
• CAMERA CLEANING
ON: Activates the manual cleaning for the cameras.
OFF: Deactivates the manual cleaning.
When you set CAMERA CLEANING to ON and exit from the
SETUP MENU, camera cleaning will start.
The factory default setting is OFF.
Notes:
• When the camera cleaning is active, cleaning will begin
from CAM 1 in numerical order.
• Surveillance is impossible during the cleaning.
• The cleaning cannot be stopped after it is started.
• Refer to pp. 34 and 36 for details on RS-485 or PS·Data
connections.
• The camera address needs to be corresponding with
the camera number.
■ OPERATOR REGISTRATION
submenu appears on the monitor.
● Parameters
Move the joystick to move the cursor.
Press the NEXT or PREV button to select the desired parameters.
Press the numeric button(s) to enter a number.
• OPERATOR NO.
This stands for an operator number. When you enter the
number by pressing the NEXT, PREV or numeric button(s),
this menu will display the associated operator's information.
1 to 16 is available.
• ID
This stands for an operator ID. 1 to 99999 is available.
• PASSWORD
This stands for an operator's password. 1 to 99999 is available. The password will be displayed as "*" on the monitor.
• PRIORITY
This stands for an operator's priority. 1 to 16 is available.
(Refer to p. 15 for details on Priority Lock.)
• LEVEL
This stands for an operator's restrict level. It is configurable
through Level Table (refer to p. 60 ) of SX150 Admin
Console what kind of restriction is given to the operator. 1
to 3 is available.
• CAM 01 to 16:
These stand for an operator's camera operation coverage.
The following are the parameters.
VIEW & CONTROL: The operator can display the
camera image on the monitor and control panning/tilting.
VIEW ONLY: The operator can display the camera
image on the monitor, but cannot control the
panning/tilting.
PROHIBITED: The operator can neither display the
camera image on the monitor nor control the
panning/tilting.
700 OPERATOR REGISTRATION
OPERATOR NO.= 1
ID
=150
PASSWORD=*****
PRIORITY=1
LEVEL
=1
CAM01=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM02=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM03=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM04=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM05=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM06=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM07=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM08=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM09=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM10=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM11=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM12=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM13=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM14=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM15=VIEW&CONTROL
CAM16=VIEW&CONTROL
● How to Display
To display this menu on the monitor, move the cursor to
700 OPERATOR REGISTRATION in SETUP MENU by moving the joystick to ▼.Then, press the CAM (SET) button. The
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The following is the factory default setting of this menu.
OPERATOR NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
ID
150
1
100
101
102
103
PASSWORD
150
12345
100
101
102
103
LEVEL
1
1
1
1
2
3
PRIORITY
1
2
3
4
5
6
CAM 1 to 16 = VIEW & CONTROL (for OPERATOR NO. 1 to
6
Note: When you enter an invalid number, the parameter will
return to the state before your numerical entry.
SX150 ADMIN CONSOLE
■ Description about SX150 Admin
Console
SX150 Admin Console is a utility software which can configure the system setting sand control data of this surveillance
system.
SX150 Admin Console can configure the following settings.
Sequence Settings
• Tour Sequence (p. 53)
• Group Sequence (p. 54)
Schedule Settings
• Timer Event (p. 55)
• Camera Cleaning (p. 56)
• Daylight Saving Time (p. 56)
Alarm Settings
• Alarm Mode (p. 57)
• Alarm Event (p. 58)
• Alarm Port (p. 59)
Operator Settings
• Operator Registration (p. 59)
• Level Table (p. 60)
• Monitor Selection (p. 61)
• Auto Login/Logout (Auto Log-in/Log-out) (p. 61)
Platform
To install SX150 Admin Console, the PC should meet the
following requirements.
• Hardware requirements
IBM PC or 100 % compatible, Pentium-200 MHz or
higher, 64 MB RAM, 2 MB hard drive space with additional space for configuration database (.sdt) and log.
In addition, the PC must be equipped with a serial port.
• Operating system requirements
Microsoft® Windows® 98, 98 SE, 2000, XP Professional
• Video display setting requirements
* 256 colors or high
* 800 x 600 resolution
When installing in the default system setting, the software is
installed in the following directory:
C: \Program Files\Panasonic\SX150
■ Installation/Uninstallation
● Installation
Insert the CD-ROM program disk into the CD-ROM drive on
the PC. Double-click "setup.exe" to begin the installation.
Respond to the dialog boxes by following the directions
given.
● Uninstallation
System Settings
• Time & Date (p. 62)
• Cable Compensation/VD2/DATA/EXT IN (p. 63)
• Camera Title (p. 63)
• Data Port (p. 65)
Setup File Operation
• Put a File to SX150 (p. 66)
• Get a Configuration Data from SX150 (p. 66)
SX150 Admin Console Configuration
• Select Setup Data File (p. 67)
• Account Manager (p. 67)
• Communication Port (p. 68 )
Trademarks
• IBM is a trademark of International Business Machines
Corporation.
• Intel and Pentium are trademarks of Intel Corporation.
• Microsoft® Windows® are either registered trademarks
of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or
other countries.
• VD2 is the original synchronization system of
Matsushita Communication Industrial Co., Ltd. and
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
• Other company names and product names appearing
in the manual are registered trademarks or trademarks
of the company concerned.
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1. Select "Start" – "Settings" – "Control Panel".
2. Click on the "Add/Remove Hardware" button.
3. Select "SX150 Admin Console x.x"* and click on
"Add/Remove".
4. Operate according to the direction in the window.
* x.x: Software version
● Before Using SX150 Admin Console
1. When you launch SX150 Admin Console for the first
time, the following window will appear on the PC
screen.
Select "Yes" or "No".
→The selection will be memorized to SX150 Admin
Console while launching it.
Note: To change the selection you have done in the "Setup
Menu" window, restart the SX150 Admin Console while
holding down the SHIFT key on the PC keyboard.
● Startup/Termination
1. Select "Start" – "Program" – "Panasonic" – "SX150 Admin
Console x.x" or double-click the "SX150 Admin Console
x.x" icon on the desktop.
■ The Main Window
This window appears when starting up SX150 Admin
Console.
Clicking on each button in the window will display the associated configuration window.
Refer to the description of each window for details.
→The UserID and Password Required window will
appear on the PC screen.
2. Enter "admin" and "sx150" in the boxes "Name" and
"Password" respectively.
Then, click on the OK button.
→SX150 Admin Console starts up and the main window
will appear on the PC screen.
EXIT button
Minimizing button
SEQUENCE
(Tour Sequence): Tour Sequence window. (p.
53)
(Group Sequence): Group Sequence window (p.
54)
SCHEDULE
(Timer Event):
Timer Event window (p. 55)
(Camera Cleaning):
Camera Cleaning window (p. 56)
(Daylight Saving time):
Daylight Saving Time window (p. 56)
ALARM
3. When terminating the software, click on the EXIT button
or press the ESC button on the PC keyboard. The main
window will close and SX150 Admin Console will be terminated.
Note: The operator name and password are changeable.
Operator addition is also available. The configuration of
each operator name, password and level are necessary. (Refer to p. 68 Account Manager.)
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(Alarm Mode):
Alarm Mode window (p. 57)
(Alarm Event):
Alarm Event window (p. 58)
(Alarm Port):
Alarm Port window (p. 59)
OPERATOR
(Operator Registration):
Operator Registration window (p. 59)
(Level Table):
Level Table window (p. 60)
(Monitor Selection):
Monitor Selection window (p. 61)
(Auto Login/Logout):
Auto Login/Logout window (p. 61)
SYSTEM
(Time & Date):
Time & Date window (p. 62)
(Cable Compensation/VD2/DATA/EXT IN):
Cable Compensation/VD2/DATA/EXT IN window
(p. 63)
(Camera Title):
Camera Title window (p. 63)
(Data Port):
Data Port window (p. 65)
MANAGEMENT
(Put to SX150):
Put to SX150 window (p. 66)
(Get from SX150):
Get from SX150 window (p. 66)
■ Tour Sequence
This window configures the parameters of tour sequences:
the operating camera, dwell time*, preset position** in each
step.
Each sequence has up to 16 steps, and up to 16
sequences are configurable.
The configuration of a tour sequence can be copied to
another one.
* the display time of a camera image
** the panning/tilting position which has been preset in
advance
Notes:
• Enter the parameters from Step 1 in a sequential order.
If you skip a step, it will result in an error.
• After selecting a camera number, be sure to select the
dwell time, too. If you skip either of them, the message
requesting the parameter entry will appear.
In addition, the main window has fore following buttons.
(File Open):
Select Setup Data File window (p. 67)
(Account Manager):
Account Manager window (p. 67)
(Communication Port):
Communication Port window (p. 68)
(Panasonic):
Opens the version information window of SX150
Admin Console. Clicking on "OK" button will
close the window.
Note: To reflect each configuration to the system, save the
file by pressing the SAVE button before closing the window. After that, be sure to put the file from the PC to
the unit.
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
(Tour Sequence)
button in the main window (p. 52). Or click on the
(Tour Sequence) button in the Group Sequence window.
● Parameters
Cam
Selects the operating camera in each step.
The camera is selectable from Camera 1 to 16. After selecting Camera 1 to 16 for Cam, select the time for Dwell. To
invalidate a step, select "--" for both of Cam and Dwell.
Preset
Selects the preset position of the operating camera.
The preset position is selectable from Preset 1 to 64.
Note: Refer to p. 77 Program Preset Position for details of
how to program preset positions.
Dwell
Selects the dwell time of the operating camera.
The dwell time is selectable from 1 to 30 seconds (by a
second). Set "--" for Dwell when you have selected "--" for
Cam.
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(DELETE) button
Deletes the configuration of all the steps of the selected
tour sequence.
(COPY) button
Copies the configuration of all the steps of the selected tour
sequence to the another tour.
■ Group Sequence
This window configures the parameters of group
sequences.
Each group sequence has up to 4 tour sequences which
are assigned to the monitors.
(PASTE) button
Pastes the cut or copied configuration to another tour
sequence.
(Save Exit) button
Saves the configuration and closes the Tour Sequence window.
(Cancel Exit) button
Cancels the configuration and closes the Tour Sequence
window.
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
Sequence) button in the main window (p. 52).
(Group
● Parameters
Mon 1 - Mon 4
Selects the tour sequence displayed on each monitor.
(Tour Sequence) button
Displays the Tour Sequence window for the tour sequence
configuration.
(Save Exit) button
Saves the configuration and closes the Group Sequence
window.
(Cancel Exit) button
Cancels the configuration and closes the Group Sequence
window.
Note: The tour sequences with different total step number
and dwell time are not configurable in a group
sequence.
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■ Timer Event
This window configures the parameters of timer events: the
schedule (daily, weekly or monthly) and action.
Up to 30 events are configurable.
tour sequence or spot mode is selectable.
Spot Camera: Executes the spot mode according to
the schedule in the Scheduled Mode group. When
you have selected Spot Camera, select the number
of monitor (Mon 1 to 4), camera (Cam 1 to 16) and
preset position (Pre 1 to 64).
(Save Exit) button
Saves the configuration and closes the Timer Event window.
(Cancel Exit) button
Cancels the configuration and closes the Timer Event window.
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
ton in the main window (p. 52).
(Timer Event) but-
● Parameters
• Enable
Checking on the box will enable the configuration.
• Schedule Mode Group
Check on the desired box for the timer event configuration.
Daily: To execute the event at a desired time every
day, check on this boxes.
To determine the time, click on the Hour and Minute
boxes.
Weekly: To execute the event at a desired time and
day(s) of the week, check on this box.
To determine the time, click on the Hour and Minute
boxes.
Multiple selection is available for days of the week.
Monthly: To execute the event at a desired time and
day(s) of the month, check on this box.
To determine the time, click on the Hour and Minute
boxes.
• Action Group
Check on the desired action to execute.
Tour Sequence: Configures and executes the tour
sequence according to the schedule in the
Scheduled Mode group. When you have selected
Tour Sequence, select the number of monitor (Mon
1 to 4) and tour (Tour 1 to 16).
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■ Camera Cleaning
This window configures the parameters of camera cleaning
function: the schedule (daily, weekly or monthly) and cameras to be cleaned.
Notes:
• When the camera cleaning is active, cleaning will begin
from CAM 1 in numerical order.
• Surveillance is impossible during the cleaning.
• The cleaning cannot be stopped after it is started.
■ Daylight Saving Time
This window configures the parameters of daylight saving
time (summer time).
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
Cleaning) button in the main window (p. 52).
(Camera
● Parameters
• Camera Auto Cleaning
Checking on the box will enable the configuration.
• Schedule Mode Group
Check on the desired box for the auto cleaning configuration.
Daily: To execute the cleaning at a desired time every
day, check on this box.
To determine the time, click on the Hour and Minute
boxes.
Weekly: To execute the cleaning at a desired time and
day(s) of the week, check on this box.
To determine the time, click on the Hour and Minute
boxes.
Multiple selection is available for days of the week.
Monthly: To execute the cleaning at a desired time and
day of the month, check on this box.
To determine the time, click on the Hour and Minute
boxes.
• Auto Cleaning Camera
Check on the desired camera to execute the cleaning.
(Save Exit) button
Saves the configuration and closes the Camera Cleaning
window.
(Cancel Exit) button
Cancels the configuration and closes the Camera Cleaning
window.
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● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
Time) button in the main window (p. 52).
(Daylight Saving
● Parameters
• Enable
Checking on the box will enable the configuration.
• Date Group
1. Select the start date of the daylight saving time in the
Start drop-down menu.
2. Select the end date of the daylight saving time in the
End drop-down menu. Select a later date than the Start
date. When selecting an earlier date, a message will
appear.
Note: When clicking on the C button beside a drop-down
menu, a calendar will pop up. To determine the start
and end dates, click on the desired date on the calendar. To go to the next or previous month, click on the
[A] or [B] button and select the dates when the daylight saving time starts and ends.
■ Alarm Mode
This window configures the operation parameters when an
alarm signal is input: an alarm mode, auto reset time and
alarm input.
(Save Exit) button:
Saves the configuration and closes the Daylight Saving
Time window.
(Cancel Exit) button:
Cancels the configuration and closes the Daylight Saving
Time window.
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
ton in the main window (p. 49).
(Alarm Mode) but-
● Parameters
• Select Alarm Mode Group
Checking on the box of the desired alarm mode.
OFF: The system operation does not change into any
other mode.
Sequence Mode: Camera images are displayed on the
monitor in either the spot mode or tour sequence.
When more than one alarm are input, the image
associated to each alarm is displayed in the
sequence mode.
Note: Click on the Dwell drop-down menu to select
the dwell time.
Hold Mode: Camera images are displayed on the monitor in either the spot mode or tour sequence. Even
more than one alarm are input, the image associated to the initial alarm is continuously displayed.
• Auto Reset Group
Select the time to reset the alarm since the alarm input.
The selectable time: OFF (not resetting the alarm),10, 20,
30, 40, 50, 60, 120 or 180 (seconds)
• Alarm Input Group
Select the alarm input to be accepted. Multiple selection is
available.
Camera: The unit accepts the alarm input from cameras.
Alarm Port: The unit accepts the alarm from the alarm
port at the rear panel.
Serial Port: The unit accepts the alarm from the serial
port. (A PC is connected to this port.)
(Save Exit) button
Saves the configuration and closes the Alarm Mode window.
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(Cancel Exit) button
Cancels the configuration and closes the Alarm Mode window.
(Save Exit) button
Saves the configuration and closes the Alarm Event window.
■ Alarm Event
(Cancel Exit) button
Cancels the configuration and closes the Alarm Event window.
This window configures the details of operation parameters
when an alarm signal is input: the monitor and mode to display the alarm image, and the preset position of the camera. Up to 16 alarm inputs are configurable.
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
ton in the main window (p. 52).
(Alarm Event) but-
● Parameters
Mon (Monitor)
Select the monitor to display the alarm image.
Spot/Tour
Select the spot camera number or the tour sequence number.
Cam 1 to 16: To display a spot picture, select a camera
number.
Tour 1 to 16: To execute a tour sequence, select a tour
number.
Pre (Preset Position Number)
Select the preset position of the camera when selecting the
spot camera number in Spot/Tour. Position 1 to 64 is selectable for Pre. When the camera is not equipped with the
preset position function, select "--".
Notes:
• If having selected a tour sequence for a monitor, another tour number or spot camera will not be available
when selecting the monitor for another alarm event.
That will result in an error.
• In the factory default setting, Tour 1 to 4 is selectable.
To select Tour 5 to 16, you need to configure the tour
sequences in the Tour Sequence window. (Refer to p.
53.)
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■ Alarm Port
■ Operator Registration
This window configures the parameters of alarm inputs.
This window configures the parameters of each operator:
the ID, password, level, priority and camera access.
Note: Before configuring this window, check on the
restrict level of each operation in the Level Table
window.
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
ton in the main window (p. 53).
(Alarm Port) but-
● Parameters
• Alarm Port Group
Select the desired alarm input parameter in each alarm
port's drop-down menu.
N.O. : Normally Open
N.C. : Normally Close
• Time Adjust Box
Select the alarm port to assign to the time adjustment.
When not assign any port to time adjustment, select None.
(Save Exit) button
Saves the configuration and closes the Alarm Input window.
(Cancel Exit) button
Cancels the configuration and closes the Alarm Input window.
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
Registration) button in the main window (p. 53).
(Operator
● Parameters
• Operator Number
This box displays a list of registered operators.
1-6: These are operator numbers who are registered as
the factory default setting. Operator Number 1 cannot be deleted.
Timer: This operator is used for the priority change of a
timer event. When the timer event's priority is higher
than that of an operator, the event is valid. When an
operator's priority is higher than that of a timer
event, the event is invalid. This operator cannot be
deleted.
• Add Operator Number
This drop-down menu is used for the new operator number
selection.
• Operator Group
This group configures each operator's password, level and
priority.
ID: Enter an operator's ID. From 1 to 99999 are available.
Password: Enter a password. From 1 to 99999 are
available.
Level: Select 1, 2 or 3.
Priority: Select the operator's priority from 1 (highest)
to 16 (lowest).
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• Camera Access Group
This group configures the camera operation coverage of
each operator.
Click on each camera's checkboxes and determine the
available operation.
1 (View & Control): The operator can display the camera image on the monitor and control panning/tilting.
2 (View Only): The operator can display the camera
image on the monitor, but cannot control the panning/tilting.
3 (Prohibited): The operator can neither display the
camera image on the monitor nor control the panning/tilting.
■ Level Table
This window configures the restrict level of each operation.
The restrict level is classified in Level 1, 2, and 3.
(Add) button
Adds a new operator to SX150 Admin Console.
(Edit) button
The registered parameters become editable by clicking on
this button after selecting the operator number.
(Delete) button
Deletes an operator from SX150 Admin Console after you
select the operator.
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
ton in the main window (p. 52).
(Level Table) but-
● Parameters
(OK) button
Saves the configuration
Registration window.
and
closes
the
Operator
• Permission
Click on each checkbox to classify the following operations
by three levels.
SX150 Setup: Setting up this matrix switcher system
Camera Setup: Setting up the cameras
Alarm History Display: Displaying the alarm history
Video Loss History Display: Displaying the video loss
history
System Status Display: Displaying the system status
Single Alarm Reset: Resetting an alarm
All Alarm Reset: Resetting all the alarms
Alarm Suspend: Suspending an alarm
Camera View: Selecting a camera
Call Sequence: Activating a tour or group sequence
Program Preset Position: Registering a camera's preset position
OSD Control: Displaying SETUP MENU
Camera Control: Controlling a camera
Recorder Control: Controlling the recorder
Recorder Setup: Displaying the recorder's setup menu
(Save Exit) button:
Saves the configuration and closes the Level Table window.
(EXIT) button
Cancels the configuration and closes the Level Table window.
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■ Monitor Selection
This window determines whether a system controller or PC
can select a monitor.
■ Auto Login/Logout (Auto Log-in/Logout)
This window configures the auto log-in/log-out parameter of
each data port.
An operator is selectable for auto log-in function.
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
Selection) button in the main window (p. 52).
(Monitor
● Parameters
Select OK to permit each controller and the PC to control
Monitor 1 to 4.
Select NG to restrict each controller and the PC to control
Monitor 1 to 4.
(Save Exit) button
Saves the configuration and closes the Monitor Select window.
(Cancel Exit) button
Cancels the configuration and closes the Monitor Select
window.
The log-out time is selectable for auto log-out function.
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
Login/Logout) button in the main window (p. 52).
(Auto
● Parameters
• Auto Login Box
Click on the checkboxes DATA 1 to 4 to select an operator
for auto log-in. Then, select an operator ID. It will be the
log-in ID of the system controller connected to the data
port.
• Auto Logout Box
Click on the checkbox of the data port connecting the system controller for auto log-out. Then, select the elapsed
time for auto log-out.
(Save Exit) button
Saves the configuration and closes the Auto Login/Logout
window.
(Cancel Exit) button
Cancels the configuration
Login/Logout window.
and
closes
the
Auto
Notes:
• Both of auto log-in and auto log-out cannot be assigned
to the same data port.
Either of them is selectable.
• Data ports are usable for RS-485 camera connections.
(Refer to p. 34.) However, when an RS-485 camera is
connected to a data port, its port number is displayed
in gray and auto log-in/log-out is not assignable. (Refer
to p. 65 for details of data port setting.)
• When PSD is set for DATA 4 in the Data Port (refer to p.
65) window, its port number is displayed in gray and
auto log-in/log-out is not assignable. (The factory
default setting of the DATA 4 is PSD.)
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■ Time & Date
● Clock
This window configures the unit's clock display pattern. The
unit's clock time is also adjustable.
This window configures the unit's clock.
The pattern of the Time & Date box depends on the setting
through the Time & Date window.
This picture is the example for U. S. model.
Out of the U. S., the display pattern is Date/Month/Year.
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
the main window (p. 52).
(Clock) button in
● Parameters
• Display Format
The current date & time is displayed.
Click on the drop-down menu and select the display pattern format.
The date display is selectable from 5 patterns.
The time display is selectable from 2 patterns (12H or 24H).
The following are the display patterns:
DD/MM/YYYY…21/08/2001
MM/DD/YYYY…08/21/2001
DD/Mmm/YYYY…21/Aug/2001
YYYY/MM/DD…2001/08/21
Mmm/DD/YYYY…Aug/21/2001
The factory default setting is Mmm/DD/YYYY pattern.
(Out of the U. S., the factory default setting is
DD/MM/YYY.)
(Clock) button
Displays the Clock window.
(Save Exit) button
Saves the configuration and closes the Clock Disp window.
(Cancel Exit) button
Cancels the configuration and closes the Clock Disp window.
Note: The display pattern will be updated when the setting
file has been put from the PC to the unit.
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This picture is the example for U. S. model.
• How to display
To display this window, click on the
the Time & Date window.
(Clock) button in
• Parameters
Time & Date Box: To adjust the clock, click on the ▼ or
▲ buttons of Year, Month, Day, Hour and/or Minute
(Put to SX150) button: Changes the unit's
clock time into the one which has been configured
in this window.
(Cancel Exit) button: Cancels the configuration
and closes the Clock window.
Note: The clock display pattern is not updated by clicking the
(Put to SX150) button in this window. The setup file update will be necessary. (Refer
to p. 66 Put a File to SX150.)
■ Cable Compensation/VD2/DATA/EXT IN
■ Camera Title
This window configures the following parameters of each
camera: the cable length for transmission loss compensation and whether to send the VD2 timing pulse or control
data with the camera output signals.
This window configures the title for each camera.
Up to 20 characters (camera title + alphanumeric characters) are available for the title.
SX150 Admin Console has the following built-in characters:
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrs
tuvwxyz0123456789!"#$%&'()*+,–./:;
,=/?_ÀÄÂÆÇÉÌÑÒÖÙÜßàáâäåæçèéêëìíîïñòóôöùúûü
In addition, symbols, special characters and original characters are editable in the bitmap font.
Camera title
input area
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
(Cable
Compensation/VD2) button in the main window (p. 52).
● Parameters
Cable Comp: Select the cable length for each camera.
S: Less than 400 m (1 300 ft)
M: 400 m (1 300 ft) to 700 m (2 300 ft)
L: 700 m (2 300 ft) to 900 m (3 000 ft)
VD2: To send the VD2 timing pulse with the camera
output signal, select ON.
Not send the VD2 timing pulse with the camera output signal, select OFF.
DATA: To send the control data with the camera output
signal, select ON.
Not send the control data with the camera output
signal, select OFF.
EXT IN: This stands for the setting of the EXT IN connector at the unit's rear panel.
GENLOCK
ON: Select this mode when the unit is gen-locked
with the recorder.
OFF: Select this mode when the asynchronous unit
is connected with the recorder.
Notes:
• If GENLOCK ON is selected, the playback images cannot be displayed on the monitors which are connected
to the EXT IN connector. Confirm the images on those
which are connected to the recorder.
• If GENLOCK OFF is selected, the maximum rate
recording becomes unavailable.
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
button in the main window (p. 52).
(Camera Title)
● Parameters
• Fixed Font Box
The fixed-font characters are displayed here.
SPACE: To make a space in the text-box area, click on
this button.
• User Font Box
The character displayed here is editable by users.
Edit Font: To display the Edit Font window, click on this
button.
• Insert / Revise Radio button
To insert a character in the text-box area, click on the Insert
button. To revise the character there, click on the Revise
button.
(Save Exit) button
Saves the configuration and closes the Camera Title window.
Note: Be sure to click on this button after editing user font
characters. Otherwise, the edited characters will be
canceled.
(Cancel Exit) button
Cancels the configuration and closes the Camera Title window.
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● Edit Camera Title
● Edit Font Window
1. Click on the tab of the desired camera to edit its camera title. The cursor blinks at the first block in the text
box.
Note: When the desired camera's tab does not appear,
click on the buttons A or B beside the tabs.
The Window Soon after Opening
2. Click on the <– or –> button to move the cursor to the
desired position.
3. Click on the desired character button in the Fixed Font
or User Font box. The character will be entered in the
text box.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to enter the camera title.
5. After the entry, click on the
The camera title will be saved.
The Window during the Edit
(Save Exit) button.
To Enter a Space in the Text Box
1. Click on the <– or –> button to move the cursor to the
desired position.
2. Click on the SPACE button.
To Delete a Character in the Text Box
1. Click on the Revise button.
2. Click on the <– or –> button and move the cursor to the
character for deletion.
3. Click on the DEL button.
The character will be deleted from the text box.
To Revise a Character in the Text Box
1. Click on the Revise button.
2. Click on the <– or –> button and move the cursor to the
character for revision.
3. Click on the desired character.
The character will be entered in the text box.
To Insert a Character in the Text Box
1. Click on the Insert button.
2. Click on the <– or –> button and move the cursor to the
block to enter a character.
3. Click on the SPACE button to enter a space.
4. Click on the Revise button.
5. Click on the desired character in the text box.
The character will be inserted in the text box.
To Cancel the Entry
Click on the
(Cancel Exit) button.
The entry will be canceled and the Camera Title window will
close.
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• How to Display
To display this window, click on the Edit Font button in the
Camera title window.
• Parameters
User Font Box: The registered user font characters are
displayed here. Up to 320 characters (20 for each
camera x 16) are registerable.
Edit Font Box: The selected user font characters are
displayed here in 12 x 13 dots.
(Delete) button: Deletes an user font character.
1. Click on the desired character in the User Font
box.
2. Click on the Delete button.
(Copy) button /
(Past) button: A user font
character can be copied by clicking these buttons.
Save –> button: The edited or deleted character is registered in the User Font box.
(OK) button: Closes the Edit Font window.
• To Edit an User Font Character
1. Click on the desired characters in the User Font box.
When making a new character, click on a blank.
The selected user font character are displayed here in
12 x 13 dots.
2. Click on
or
to make a character.
and
will appear alternately by clicking.
will change into black after the character is registered in the User Font box.
3. When finishing the edit, click on the Save –> button.
The edited character will be registered in the User Font
box.
Note: The new character has not been saved in the
configuration data at this point. After closing the
Edit Font window, be sure to return to the Camera
Title window and click on the
(Save Exit) button.
■ Data Port
This window configures the parameters of each data port
(RS485, DATA 1 to 4 and DATA HDR port): the protocol, the
baud rate (communication speed), and the connected
cameras.
• To Copy a Character
1. Click on the desired character in the User Font box.
2. Click on the Copy button.
3. Click on the blank in the User Font box to copy the
character.
4. Click the Paste button.
• To Delete a Character
1. Click on the desired character in the User Font box.
2. Click on the Delete button.
3. Click on the Save –> button.
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
in the main window (p. 52).
(Data Port) button
● Parameters
• RS-485 Port Group
Protocol: Select RS485 when an RS-485 camera is
connected to the data port.
Select CU360C when the system controller is connected to the data port.
Select PSD when the system controller is connected
to the DATA 4 port via the PS·Data protocol.
PS·Data mode will appear in the window.
Baud Rate: Select the desired baud rate (communication speed). 4800, 9600 or 19200 bps is selectable.
RS485 Camera Daisy (RS-485 Camera Daisy): Select
the number(s) of the camera(s) connected to the
RS-485 daisy chain.
Data 1 to 3 are connectable to either of cameras
and system controllers.
When connecting cameras to these ports, select the
connected camera number(s).
PS·Data mode: This stands for the PS·Data parameters
of the DATA 4 port.
Logout Time: Select the desired operable time
before logout. OFF,10, 20, 30, 60, 90 or 120 sec
is available.
The factory default setting is 30 sec.
Alarm Data: Select the desired time to accept an
alarm input signal. OFF, 0, 1 or 5 sec is available.
The factory default setting is 1 sec.
Wait Time: Select the desired wait time to transmit
an alarm output signal. OFF, 100msec, 200m
65
sec, 400m sec or 1 sec is available.
The factory default setting is OFF.
Group Address: This parameter is only for confirmation. Leave as it is.
DATA HDR: Select the unit address of the recorder. 1
to 99 is available.
The factory default setting is 1.
■ Put a File to SX150
Pressing this button will start the putting of the configuration
data from the PC to the unit.
• Fixed Common Parameter Group
The data bit (8 bit), parity (none), and stop bit (1 bit) are
displayed. These parameters are fixed.
(Save Exit) button
Saves the configuration and closes the Data Port window.
(Cancel Exit) button
Cancels the configuration and closes the Data Port window.
Note: To operate cameras via the network after installing an
optional network board WJ-HDB502 in the recorder, set
the unit address of DATA HDR and that of the recorder
to the same number, which is 5 or larger. (Refer to p.
39.)
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
SX150) button in the main window (p. 52).
(Put to
● Parameters
The file name of the configuration data appears.
(OK) button
To put the configuration file from the PC to the unit, click on
this button.
(Cancel Exit) button
To cancel the putting of the configuration data from the PC
to the unit, click on this button.
Notes:
• The setup file has been configured at the factory, and
the file names appear on the main window's title bar.
• Put the file from the PC to the unit when the time with no
necessary to the continuous system operation, such as
after-hours. After the file putting, the system will automatically restart. Then, the system controllers will temporarily log out.
• To change a file, select a file again. (Refer to p. 67
Select Setup Data File.)
• The configuration file cannot be put to the unit while
opening SETUP MENU.
• It takes a few seconds to put a file to SX150, and you
might assume the PC has been freezing.
Wait until the message “Completed!” appears on the
screen. If the message “Failed!” appears, the recorder
and PC can be incorrectly connected. Confirm the
SX150 Admin Console settings and retry the file putting.
(Refer to p. 49 SERIAL PORT SPEED and p. 69
Communication Port.)
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■ Get a Configuration Data from SX150
■ Select Setup Data File
Pressing this button will start the getting of the configuration
data from the unit to the PC.
The setup file is selectable by pressing this button.
For example, this function will be used when making a new
setup file with the factory default setting or configuring an
existing setup file.
Refer to the operating instructions of Windows® for details
of how to copy a data.
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
in the main window (p. 52).
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
SX150) button in the main window (p. 52).
(Get from
● Parameters
The file name of the configuration data appears.
(OK) button
To get the configuration data from the unit to the PC, click
on this button.
(Cancel Exit) button
To cancel the getting of the configuration data from the unit
to the PC, click on this button.
Notes:
• The configuration data getting is also possible during
the surveillance, for it will not interfere with the system
operation.
• The past data will be overwritten when getting a new
configuration data.
• To change the getting directory, select it. (Refer to p. 67
Select Setup Data File.)
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(File Open) button
● Parameters
The location, name and type of the setup file appear in this
window.
File Name Input Area: Displays the selected file's
name. A new file (a setup file with the factory default
setting) will be made when entering a new name.
Open button: Opens the selected file.
Cancel button: Cancels the operation and closes the
Select Setup Data File dialog box.
■ Account Manager
To register a new operator, click on this button. The
Registration window will appear.
This window configures the parameters of the operators
who can control SX150 Admin Console: the registration,
edit and deletion of an operator.
The Window soon after Opening
(EDIT) button: To configure the operator information,
click on this button.
(DELETE) button
To delete the operator selected in the Accounts group,
click on this button.
(Save Exit) button
Saves the configuration and closes the Account Manager
window.
(Cancel Exit) button
Cancels the configuration and closes the Account Manager
window.
● Edit Account Manager
The Window during the Edit
Add a Registration Operator
1. Click on the
button.
2. Enter the name in the Name box and the password in
the Password box.
Name: Up to 20 alphanumeric characters
Password: Up to 20 alphanumeric characters
3. Click on the ▼ button to select the level.
4. Click on the
(Save exit) button.
The configuration will be saved and the Registration
window will close.
To cancel the configuration, click on the
(Cancel
exit) button.
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
Manager) button in the main window (p. 52).
(Account
Note: Register at least one operator with level 1. If there is
no level 1 operator, the configuration of SX150 Admin
Console will become impossible.
Edit a Registration Operator
1. Click on the registration operator's name in the
Accounts group.
2. Click on the
(EDIT) button.
3. Edit the desired parameters.
4. Click on the
(Save exit) button.
The configuration will be saved and the Registration
window will close.
To cancel the configuration, click on the
(Cancel
exit) button.
● Parameters
• Accounts Group
The registered operator names appears. To display the
operator information in the Account Record group, click on
the name.
• Account Record Group
Name: The operator name is displayed.
Password: The password is displayed as "*****". The
entered password is displayed here during the edit.
Level: Select the operator level.
(OK) button
Closes the Account Manager window.
(Add Account) button
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Delete a Registration Operator
1. Click on the registration operator's name in the
Accounts group.
2. Click on the
(Delete) button.
3. Click on the
(Save exit) button.
Note: If deleting all level 1 operators, the configuration of
SX150 Admin Console will become impossible.
■ Communication Port
This window configures the PC's usable communication
port number and its baud rate (communication speed).
● How to Display
To display this window, click on the
port) button in the main window (p. 52).
(Communication
● Parameters
• Parameter Group
Com: Select the PC's communication port for the connection to the unit.
Baud Rate: Select the desired baud rate (communication speed). 4800, 9600, 19200 or 38400 bps is
selectable.
• Fixed Parameter Group
The data bit (8 bit), parity (none), and stop bit (1 bit) are
displayed.
Note: These parameters are fixed.
(Save Exit) button
Saves the configuration and closes the Communication Port
window.
(Cancel Exit) button
Cancels the configuration and closes the Communication
Port window.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
(TERMINAL MODE)
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LOG-IN AND LOG-OUT
Before starting the following procedures, all system components must be turned on.
The following procedures are applicable when the system
controller is connected to the unit.
■ Log-in
This operation is skipped when the auto log-in is set to ON.
(Refer to p. 73.)
1. Turn on the power switches of all system components.
The OPERATE indicator will light up.
2. To turn on the power of the system controller, connect
the AC adapter to the AC outlet.
The LINK indicator lights up and "NO USER" appears
on the LED display of the system controller.
3. To select your registered operator ID number (1 to 16,
up to 2 digits), press the numeric buttons, then press
the CAM (SET) button.
The underline appears on the LED display of the controller.
The factory default setting is 150.
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
MON LOCK
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
MON (ESC)
MULTI SCREEN SEL
WIPER
4. To select your registered password (up to 5 digits),
press the numeric buttons, then press the CAM (SET)
button.
The factory default setting is 150.
If the operator ID and password are correct, "READY"
will appear on the LED display.
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Note: If an operator ID or password error occurs, the
PROHIBITED indicator on the controller will blink
and "NO ACCESS" will blink on the LED display for
about 3 seconds. Then "NO USER" appears on the
LED display. Return to step 3 and select your operator ID.
Note: If the auto log-in is set to ON, any operator can login
automatically. After the controller is turned on, "AUTO"
appears on the LED display for approximately 2 seconds, then "READY" automatically appears.
■ Log-out
■ Auto Log-in
This operation is skipped when the auto log-out is set to
ON.
This function is used when an operator leaves the controller
or no longer requires access to the system.
If the auto log-in is set to ON, any operator can login automatically. After the controller is turned on, "AUTO" appears
on the LED display for approximately 2 seconds, then
"READY" automatically appears.
Auto log-in is configurable through SX150 Admin Console.
(Refer to p. 61 Auto Login/Logout.)
1. To logout from the system press the CLEAR button
while holding down the SHIFT button.
"NO USER" appears on the LED display of the controller.
■ Auto Log-out
TOUR SEQ
NEXT
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
STILL
AUX1 OFF
AUX1 ON
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
DEF ON
CALL
PRESET
PROGRAM
PRESET
If the auto log-out is set to ON and no operation takes place
for a specific time, any operator can logout automatically.
"NO USER" automatically appears on the LED display.
AUTO PAN
PAUSE
PAUSE
MON (ESC)
SHIFT
MON LOCK
MULTI SCREEN SEL
CAM FUNC
CAM (SET)
CLEAR
WIPER
LOG OUT
Notes:
• If you want to save the power consumption, disconnect the PC plug from the controller, and remove
the AC adapter from the AC outlet.
• If the auto log-out is set to ON, any operator can
logout automatically if no operation takes place for
a specific time. "NO USER" automatically appears
on the LED display.
• The time to logout is configurable through SX150
Admin Console. (Refer to p. 61 Auto Login/Logout.)
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Auto log-out and the time to logout are configurable
through SX150 Admin Console. (Refer to p. 61 Auto Login/
Logout.)
MONITOR SELECTION AND CAMERA SELECTION
After the log-in procedure, the following operations are
available to control the system.
The operation begins with selecting a monitor, then the
selected camera appears the active monitor.
■ Monitor Selection
1. To select the desired monitor number (1 to 4), press the
numeric button.
2. Press the MON (ESC) button to execute the selection.
The MONITOR indicator on the controller will light up
and the selected monitor number will appear on the
LED display of the controller.
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
STILL
AUX1 OFF
AUX1 ON
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
■ Priority Lock
● Applying Priority Lock
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to Monitor Selection).
2. Press the MON (ESC) button while holding down the
SHIFT button to toggle the priority lock mode on and off
on the active monitor.
If the priority lock mode is selected, the monitor number
will inversely appear on the active monitor as shown in
the figure.
Note: This function will prevent operators with lower priority
from gaining control of a monitor.
However, higher or equal priority operators may still
gain control of the monitor.
TOUR SEQ
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
STILL
AUX1 OFF
AUX1 ON
NEXT
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
DEF ON
PAUSE
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
MON (ESC)
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
PAUSE
MON (ESC)
MON LOCK
MULTI SCREEN SEL
CAM (SET)
WIPER
SHIFT
3. If the selected monitor number is not valid, the PROHIBITED indicator lights up and the number on the LED display will blink for approximately 3 seconds.
Return to step 1 and select a new monitor number.
Note: The PROHIBITED indicator will blink if an operator with higher priority is controlling the
monitor.Control of the same monitor is denied to an
operator with lower priority.
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M04
MON LOCK
MULTI SCREEN SEL
WIPER
● Releasing Priority Lock
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to Monitor Selection.)
2. Press the MON (ESC) button while holding down the
SHIFT button to release the priority lock mode.
The monitor number returns to the normal display on
the active monitor.
■ Camera Selection
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to p. 74 Monitor
Selection.)
2. Press the numeric buttons to select the desired camera
number (1 to 16).
3. Press the CAM (SET) button.
The selected camera's image will appear on the active
monitor. The CAMERA indicator will light up and the
selected camera number will appear on the LED display on the controller.
Note: If you select a wrong number, press the CLEAR
button to clear the input.
4. If the selected camera number is not valid, the PROHIBITED indicator and the number on the LED display
will blink for about 3 seconds.
Return to step 2 and select a new camera number.
5. To replace the currently selected camera with the next
higher-numbered camera , press the NEXT button.
6. To replace the currently selected camera with the next
lower-numbered camera, press the PREV button.
F1
ACK
RESET
CAM SETUP
SUSPEND
ALL RESET
F2
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
REW/FF
INDEX
PREV
STEP
RECORDER
PAUSE
STOP
STOP
NEXT
PLAY
PAUSE
OSD
SETUP
SHIFT
Note: The PROHIBITED indicator will light up, if the
camera is selected by an operator with higher priority. Control of the same camera is denied to an
operator with lower priority.
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CAMERA CONTROL
Buttons and control for cameras or camera site accessories
are located on the right side of the front panel of the system
controller.
Included are zoom control, focus control, iris control, preset
and pan/tilt controls.
Normally, combination cameras equipped with the specific
feature or a WV-RC100 or WV-RC150 Receiver are required
to utilize these functions.
Note: Refer to the cameras' operating instructions whether
to confirm that each function is available.
■ Pan/Tilt Control
● Manual Operation
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 74
Monitor Selection and p. 75 Camera Selection.)
2. Move the joystick to move the pan/tilt head towards the
desired direction.
Eight directions are available: Up/Down/Right/Left/Upright/Up-left/Down-right/Down-left.
UP
■ Lens Control
This function is available when specified lens, with motorized zoom/ focus functions, is mounted on the camera, and
the lens selection (DC/VIDEO) on the camera is set to DC.
L
R
DOWN
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 74
Monitor Selection and p. 75 Camera Selection.)
2. Press the FOCUS NEAR/FAR buttons while watching
the monitor. The lens focus is adjusted to obtain a
sharply focused image.
To set the lens focus automatically, press these buttons
simultaneously.
● Auto Panning
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 74
Monitor Selection and p. 75 Camera Selection.)
2. To activate the auto panning function of the selected
camera, press the AUTO PAN button.
FOCUS
FAR
NEAR
AUTO PAN
AUTO FOCUS
CAM FUNC
3. Press the ZOOM WIDE/TELE buttons while watching the
monitor. The lens iris is adjusted to obtain the desired
image.
Press the TELE button to bring an object optically closer. Press the WIDE button to widen the scene optically.
ZOOM
WIDE
TELE
REC
4. Press the IRIS CLOSE/OPEN buttons to close/open the
lens iris. The lens iris is adjusted by these buttons to
obtain the proper image exposure.
IRIS
CLOSE
OPEN
AUTO IRIS
To reset to the factory default setting, press these buttons simultaneously.
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3. To cancel the auto panning function, move the joystick.
■ Program Preset Position
■ Call Preset Position
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 74
Monitor Selection and p. 75 Camera Selection.)
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 74
Monitor Selection and p. 75 Camera Selection.)
2. To move the camera to the position to be preset, move
the joystick and press the lens control buttons.
2. To select the desired preset position number, press the
numeric buttons.
3. To select the desired preset position number, press the
numeric buttons.
4. When you have selected a wrong number, press the
CLEAR button to clear the numeric input.
4. When you have selected a wrong number, press the
CLEAR button to clear the numeric input.
3. Press the CALL PRESET button to move to the preset
position of the selected camera on the active monitor.
4. Press the CALL PRESET button while holding down the
SHIFT button to save a preset position of the selected
camera.
TOUR SEQ
NEXT
T&D
CAM ID
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EVENT
AUX1 ON
CALL
PRESET
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
CALL
PRESET
PROGRAM
PRESET
AUTO PAN
CAM FUNC
PROGRAM
PRESET
MON (ESC)
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
CLEAR
WIPER
LOG OUT
AUTO PAN
PAUSE
PAUSE
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
MON (ESC)
SHIFT
MON LOCK
MULTI SCREEN SEL
MON LOCK
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
CLEAR
WIPER
LOG OUT
Notes:
• If the entered position number has stored the previous preset position, it will be overwritten by the new
one.
• SETUP MENU and SX150 Admin Console can configure each operator's pan/tilt control. (Refer to p.
50 OPERATOR REGISTRATION or p. 59 Operator
Registration.)
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MULTI SCREEN SEL
CAM FUNC
Note: To use the above function, you must set the preset position number for the camera.
CAMERA FUNCTION CONTROL
■ Camera Function (Shortcut Function)
■ Camera Setup
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 74
Monitor Selection and p. 75 Camera Selection.)
2. Press the F1 button while holding down the SHIFT button.
The CAM SETUP indicator on the controller will light up
and the camera's SETUP MENU will appear on the
active monitor.
F1
ACK
SUSPEND
ALL RESET
F2
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
REW/FF
INDEX
PREV
NEXT
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 74
Monitor Selection and p. 75 Camera Selection.)
2. Press the AUTO PAN button while holding down the
SHIFT button.
"F_ _ _ _" will appear on the LED display of the controller as shown in the figure.
RESET
CAM SETUP
The following function is available only when specified cameras with the camera function feature are used.
This function enables executing camera functions via a
shortcut.
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
CALL
PRESET
PROGRAM
PRESET
AUTO PAN
STEP
RECORDER
PAUSE
STOP
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
MON (ESC)
OSD
SETUP
SHIFT
MON LOCK
F1
ACK
RESET
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
MULTI SCREEN SEL
CAM FUNC
WIPER
CAM SETUP
SUSPEND
ALL RESET
F2
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
CLEAR
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
CALL
PRESET
LOG OUT
REW/FF
INDEX
PREV
NEXT
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
PROGRAM
PRESET
AUTO PAN
STEP
RECORDER
3. To select the desired item in the menu, move the joystick to ▼ or ▲. To select the desired parameter (or
mode) in the menu, move the joystick to t or s.
4. To execute the currently highlighted selection and to
enter a submenu of SETUP MENU, press the CAM
(SET) button.
5. To leave from the currently selected menu and to return
to the previous page of the menu, press the CAM (SET)
button.
6. Press the RESET button in the menu to reset the parameter of the selected item to the factory default setting
or to enter SPECIAL MENU when SPECIAL is highlighted in SETUP MENU.
7. To restore all factory default settings, press the RESET
button.
Notes:
• Refer to the operating instructions of the selected
camera for details.
• Move the joystick while holding down the SHIFT
button to move the camera smoothly for presetting
the positions in the camera's SETUP MENU.
8. To close the camera's SETUP MENU, press the F1 button while holding down the SHIFT button.
The CAM SETUP indicator goes off.
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PAUSE
STOP
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
MON (ESC)
OSD
SETUP
SHIFT
MON LOCK
MULTI SCREEN SEL
CAM FUNC
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
CLEAR
WIPER
LOG OUT
3. Press the numeric buttons to select an assigned function number, then press the CAM (SET) button.
For example, enter 175 for AGC ON.
The selected function will be executed on the active
monitor.
Notes:
• When you select a wrong number, press the CLEAR
button to clear the numeric input.
• Refer to the cameras' operating instructions for
details on available shortcuts.
4. To exit from the mode, press the MON (ESC) button
then press the AUTO PAN button while pressing the
SHIFT button.
■ Changing to Black and White Images
■ Patrol Learn and Play
This function gets the clear camera images on the monitor
while shooting the objects under low light conditions.
A routine of manual operations can be stored for a specific
time and later reproduced repetitively.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 74
Monitor Selection and p. 75 Camera Selection.)
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 74
Monitor Selection and p. 75 Camera Selection.)
2. Press the AUTO PAN button two times while holding
down the SHIFT button.
"BLACK (black)" will appear on the LED display of the
controller as shown in the figure.
2. Press the AUTO PAN button three times while holding
down the SHIFT button.
"LEARN" will appear on the LED display of the controller
as shown in the figure.
F1
ACK
RESET
CAM SETUP
SUSPEND
ALL RESET
F2
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
REW/FF
INDEX
PREV
NEXT
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
CALL
PRESET
F1
PROGRAM
PRESET
CAM SETUP
SUSPEND
ALL RESET
F2
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
DEF ON
RECORDER
CAM (SET)
CLEAR
STOP
WIPER
LOG OUT
AUTO PAN
STEP
RECORDER
PAUSE
STOP
ACK
RESET
REW/FF
INDEX
PREV
NEXT
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
CALL
PRESET
PROGRAM
PRESET
CAM FUNC
AUTO PAN
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
MON (ESC)
OSD
SETUP
SHIFT
MON LOCK
MULTI SCREEN SEL
STOP
STEP
PAUSE
PLAY
PAUSE
MON (ESC)
OSD
SETUP
3. Press the button 1 to change the image from the color
mode to the black and white mode on the active monitor.
"BL ON (BLACK ON)" appears on the LED display to
indicate the selected mode.
4. Press the button 2 to change the black and white image
to the color image on the active monitor.
"BL OF (BLACK OFF)" appears on the LED display to
indicate the selected mode.
SHIFT
MON LOCK
MULTI SCREEN SEL
CAM FUNC
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
CLEAR
WIPER
LOG OUT
3. To save the patrol sequence, follow the procedure
below.
q Press the button 2, then press the CAM (SET) button.
"LE R" appears on the LED display.
w Operate the camera manually.
e Press the button 3.
The operation data is saved and "LE S" appears on
the LED display.
5. Press the MON (ESC) button to exit from the mode.
Note: When the black and white parameter is set to
AUTO in the camera's SETUP MENU, this function
is disabled.
4. To reproduce the operation data, follow the procedure
below.
q Press the button 1.
"LE P" appears on the LED display.
w Press the button 3.
The reproduction is ended.
5. To exit from the mode, press the MON (ESC) button.
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■ Camera Panning Function
There are three panning modes available as follows: auto
pan, sort mode and sequence mode. Refer to p. 16
Camera-related Functions for details on each mode.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 74
Monitor Selection and p. 75 Camera Selection.)
2. Press the AUTO PAN button four times while holding
down the SHIFT button.
"PAN" will appear on the LED display of the controller as
shown in the figure.
F1
ACK
RESET
CAM SETUP
SUSPEND
ALL RESET
F2
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
REW/FF
INDEX
PREV
NEXT
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
CALL
PRESET
PROGRAM
PRESET
AUTO PAN
STEP
RECORDER
PAUSE
STOP
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
MON (ESC)
OSD
SETUP
SHIFT
MON LOCK
MULTI SCREEN SEL
CAM FUNC
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
CLEAR
WIPER
LOG OUT
3. Press the assigned numeric button shown below to activate the panning function of the selected camera.
The LED display indicates the selected mode as follows.
1: Activates AUTO PAN "PA PA".
2: Activates SORT PAN "PA SO".
3: Activates SEQUENCE PAN "PA SE".
Note: The AUTO MODE parameter previously set in the
camera's SETUP MENU will be automatically
replaced to the activated function parameter.
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4. To exit from the mode, press the MON (ESC) button,
then press the AUTO PAN button while holding down
the SHIFT button.
CAMERA SITE ACCESSORIES CONTROL
■ Receiver Control
● Auxiliary Control
The following functions are available only when the
receivers are included in the system and the specified
camera housing is installed.
● Camera Housing Control
Wiper Control
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 74
Monitor Selection and p. 75 Camera Selection.)
2. Press the CAM (SET) button while holding down the
SHIFT button to turn on the housing wiper of the camera
until buttons are released.
TOUR SEQ
NEXT
PAUSE
PAUSE
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
DEF ON
MON (ESC)
SHIFT
MON LOCK
CAM (SET)
MULTI SCREEN SEL
3. To turn off the defroster, press the button 8 while holding down the SHIFT button.
TOUR SEQ
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
STILL
AUX1 OFF
AUX1 ON
NEXT
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
MON (ESC)
SHIFT
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MON LOCK
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
MULTI SCREEN SEL
3. Press the button 6 while holding down the SHIFT button
to turn on the user's auxiliary switch 2 of the receiver.
Press the button 5 while holding down the SHIFT button
to turn off the user's auxiliary switch 2 of the receiver.
TOUR SEQ
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
STILL
AUX1 OFF
AUX1 ON
NEXT
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
PAUSE
PAUSE
MON (ESC)
SHIFT
2. Press the button 9 while holding down the SHIFT button
to turn on the housing defroster of the camera.
PAUSE
2. Press the button 3 while holding down the SHIFT button
to turn on the user's auxiliary switch 1 of the receiver.
Press the button 2 while holding down the SHIFT button to turn off the user's auxiliary switch 1 of the receiver.
WIPER
Defroster Control
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 74
Monitor Selection and p. 75 Camera Selection.)
PAUSE
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 74
Monitor Selection and p. 75 Camera Selection.)
WIPER
MON LOCK
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
MULTI SCREEN SEL
WIPER
RUNNING SEQUENCE
■ Tour Sequence
The following functions are available if a tour sequence has
been previously configured through SETUP MENU or
SX150 Admin Console. Any tour sequence can be assigned to any monitors.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 74
Monitor Selection and p. 75 Camera Selection.)
2. To select the desired tour sequence number, press the
numeric buttons.
3. When you have selected a wrong number, press the
CLEAR button to clear the numeric input.
4. Press the TOUR SEQ button to run the tour sequence in
the forward direction on the active monitor.
8. Press the PREV button to move the sequence one
frame to the previous step from the step that was previously paused by pressing the PAUSE button.
9. Press the STOP button to stop a tour sequence on the
active monitor and return to spot monitoring.
■ Group Sequence
The following function is available only if a group sequence
has been previously established in SX150 Admin Console.
As described earlier, a group sequence determines the
assignment of monitors and cameras. Therefore, monitor
selection is not required.
1. Press the numeric buttons to select a desired group
sequence number.
2. When you have selected a wrong number, press the
CLEAR button to clear the numeric input.
3. Press the GROUP SEQ button to run a group sequence
forward on the assigned monitors.
F1
ACK
RESET
CAM SETUP
SUSPEND
ALL RESET
F2
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
REW/FF
INDEX
PREV
NEXT
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
DEF ON
CALL
PRESET
PROGRAM
PRESET
F1
ACK
RESET
CAM SETUP
SUSPEND
ALL RESET
F2
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
AUTO PAN
STEP
RECORDER
PAUSE
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
OSD
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
CALL
PRESET
CAM FUNC
REW/FF
INDEX
STOP
T&D
PREV
MON (ESC)
CAM (SET)
CLEAR
MON LOCK
WIPER
LOG OUT
NEXT
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
DEF ON
PROGRAM
PRESET
AUTO PAN
STEP
RECORDER
SETUP
SHIFT
MULTI SCREEN SEL
PAUSE
STOP
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
MON (ESC)
OSD
5. Press the PAUSE button to pause a tour sequence on
the active monitor.
The "P" sign (indicating the pause status) is displayed
at the tour sequence number on the active monitor, and
a camera number currently selected appears on the
LED display.
6. Press the PAUSE button to restart a tour sequence forward from the next step that was previously paused by
pressing the PAUSE button.
7. Press the NEXT button to move the sequence one
frame to the next step from the step that was previously
paused by pressing the PAUSE button.
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SETUP
SHIFT
MON LOCK
MULTI SCREEN SEL
CAM FUNC
CAM (SET)
CLEAR
WIPER
LOG OUT
4. Press the PAUSE, NEXT or PREV button to operate the
group sequence. Refer to steps 5 to 8 of Tour
Sequence in this page for how to use these buttons.
5. To stop the sequence, select one of the monitors that
are being run on the selected group sequence, then
press the STOP button.
MONITOR DISPLAY CONTROL
■ On-screen Display (OSD) Control
The procedure described below lets you determine the display parameters, such as camera title, clock and status, on
and off on the active monitor screen.
Before controlling each item, monitor selection is necessary. (Refer to p. 74 Monitor Selection.)
■ On-screen Display (OSD) Position
Control
The procedure described below lets you determine the display positions, such as camera title, clock and status, on
the active monitor screen.
Clock
(1)
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(4)
(2)
M1
K1 T01
C0 1 ca mera title
F2
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
REW/FF
INDEX
PREV
NEXT
ALARM10*
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
STILL
AUX1 OFF
AUX1 ON
MON STATUS
ALL
(3)
M1
K1 T01
C01 camera title
ALARM10*
Camera title
Event
Monitor status
STEP
RECORDER
PAUSE
STOP
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
F2
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
DEF ON
INDEX
MON (ESC)
OSD
SET UP
EL-ZOOM
SHIFT
MON LOCK
GROUP SEQ
REW/FF
CAM (SET)
MULTI SCREEN SEL
WIPER
PREV
NEXT
STEP
RECORDER
PAUSE
STOP
STOP
PLAY
● Displaying the Clock
Toggle the button 1 while holding down the OSD button.
(1) will appear/disappear on/from the active monitor.
TOUR SEQ
PAUSE
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
MON (ESC)
OSD
SET UP
T&D
SHIFT
MON LOCK
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
MULTI SCREEN SEL
WIPER
UP
● Displaying the Camera Title
Toggle the button 2 while holding down the OSD button.
(2) will appear/disappear on/from the active monitor.
● Displaying the Event
Toggle the button 3 while holding down the OSD button.
(3) will appear/disappear on/from the active monitor.
● Displaying the Monitor Status*
Toggle the button 4 while holding down the OSD button.
(4)* will appear/disappear on/from the active monitor.
* Monitor number, controller number and monitor mode
● Displaying All the Items
Toggle the button 5 while holding down the OSD button.
(1), (2), (3) and (4) will appear/disappear on/from the active
monitor.
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L
R
DOWN
● Moving the Clock Display
Move the joystick while holding down the OSD, SHIFT and
1 buttons. (1) will move to the desired direction.
● Moving the Camera Title Display
Move the joystick while holding down the OSD, SHIFT and
2 buttons. (2) will move to the desired direction.
● Moving the Event Display
Move the joystick while holding down the OSD, SHIFT and
3 buttons. (3) will move to the desired direction.
● Moving the Monitor Status*
Move the joystick while holding down the OSD, SHIFT and
4 buttons. (4) will move to the desired direction.
* Monitor number, controller number and monitor mode
● Moving All the Items
Move the joystick while holding down the OSD, SHIFT and
5 buttons. (1), (2), (3), and (4) will move to the desired
direction.
■ System Status Table
The table shows the current system status.
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to p. 74 Monitor
Selection.)
2. Press the button 9 while holding down the OSD button.
"OSD" will appear on the LED display, and the SYSTEM
STATUS table will appear on the active monitor as
shown in the figure.
SYSTEM STATUS
MON
1
2
3
4
F1
CAM
01
02
04
16
MODE
T01
SPOT
ALARM
CAM
ACK
RESET
CAM SETUP
SUSPEND
ALL RESET
F2
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
REW/FF
INDEX
PREV
NEXT
KB
K1
K2
K4
PC
OPE
1
2
4
30
PRI
30
2
1
1
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
DEF ON
CALL
PRESET
PROGRAM
PRESET
AUTO PAN
STEP
RECORDER
PAUSE
STOP
STOP
PLAY
OSD
MON
1
2
3
columns
4 in
SETUP
The
figure.
MON:
CAM:
MODE:
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PAUSE
MON (ESC)
SYSTEM STATUS
CAM FUNC
CAM (SET)
MON LOCK MULTI
CAM MODE
KB
OPE
PRI
SHIFT
SCREEN SEL WIPER
01
T01
K1
1
30
02
SPOT
K2
2
2
04
ALARM
K4
4
1
the
states 1as
16 table
CAMindicate
PC the 30
CLEAR
LOG OUT
shown in the
Monitor number
Camera number
No number indicates no camera is
selected.
Lists the display mode on the moni-
tors.
Spot mode
Tour Sequence mode (nn is the tour
sequence number.)
SET:
WJ-SX150 Setup mode
ALARM: Alarm Active mode
ACK:
Alarm ACK mode
VLD H: VLD History Table
ALM H: Alarm History Table
SYS S: System Status Table
KB:
Lists the system controller number or
PC.
OPE:
Lists the operator number
PRI:
Lists the priority number
SPOT:
Tnn:
3. To exit from the mode, press the CLEAR button.
■ Alarm History Table
■ Video Loss History Table
There are 100 alarm records stored in chronological order
in 10 pages of tables.
There are 100 video loss detection records stored in
chronological order in 10 pages of table.
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to p. 74 Monitor
Selection.)
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to p. 74 Monitor
Selection.)
2. Press the button 7 while holding down the OSD button.
"OSD" will appear on the LED display, and the ALARM
HISTORY table will appear on the active monitor as
shown in the figure.
2. Press the button 8 while holding down the OSD button.
"OSD" will appear on the LED display, and the VIDEO
LOSS HISTORY table will appear on the active monitor
as shown in the figure below.
ALARM HISTORY
NO
016
015
014
013
012
011
010
009
008
007
YYYY/MM/DD
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
F1
ACK
HH:MM:SS
18:59:08
18:58:08
18:57:08
18:55:08
18:54:08
18:53:08
18:53:00
18:52:08
18:51:08
18:50:08
ALARM
03
03
03
07
07
07
09
09
06
06
VIDEO LOSS HISTORY
EVENT
ALARM
ACK
RESET
ALARM
ACK
RESET
ALARM
RESET
ALARM
ACK
NO
012
011
010
009
008
007
006
005
004
003
RESET
CAM SETUP
SUSPEND
ALL RESET
F2
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
REW/FF
INDEX
1 of 2
PREV
NEXT
YYYY/MM/DD
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
2001/08/21
F1
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
DEF ON
CALL
PRESET
PROGRAM
PRESET
ACK
HH:MM:SS
18:59:08
18:58:08
18:57:08
18:55:08
18:54:08
18:53:08
18:53:00
18:52:08
18:51:08
18:50:08
1 of 2
EVENT
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
RECOVER
RECOVER
LOSS
LOSS
LOSS
LOSS
LOSS
LOSS
LOSS
RECOVER
RESET
CAM SETUP
SUSPEND
ALL RESET
F2
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
REW/FF
INDEX
CH
03
14
09
07
08
16
09
14
06
01
PREV
NEXT
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
DEF ON
AUTO PAN
STEP
RECORDER
PAUSE
STOP
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
OSD
SETUP
SHIFT
CAM (SET)
CLEAR
MON LOCK
WIPER
LOG OUT
MULTI SCREEN SEL
PAUSE
STOP
STOP
MON (ESC)
PROGRAM
PRESET
AUTO PAN
STEP
RECORDER
CAM FUNC
CALL
PRESET
PLAY
PAUSE
MON (ESC)
OSD
SETUP
SHIFT
MON LOCK
MULTI SCREEN SEL
CAM FUNC
CAM (SET)
CLEAR
WIPER
LOG OUT
The columns in the table indicate the states as follows:
The columns in the table indicate the states as follows:
DATE:
DATE:
Lists the date and time when the alarm state
changes.
ALARM: Lists the alarm number (01 - 16).
EVENT: Lists the event when the alarm state changes.
3. Press the NEXT button to select the next page of the
history, and press the PREV button to back up to the
previous page.
4. To exit from the mode, press the CLEAR button.
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Lists the date and time when the video loss
state changes.
CH:
Lists logical camera number that is connected
to the system.
EVENT: Lists the event when the video loss state
changes.
ALARM CONTROL
■ Alarm Mode
When alarm (sensor) is accepted, the matrix switcher's
operation mode changes to the alarm mode. Then, the system operates as follows:
• The camera image (alarm image) appears on the monitor 1.
The alarm inputs 1 to 6 are associated with the camera
input connectors 1 to 16.
For example, when the alarm (sensor) connected to the
alarm input 1 becomes active, the camera input connector 1's image appears on the monitor 1.
• "ALARMnn" appears on the monitor.
The display indicates the image is input through the
alarm nn (nn is the alarm number).
When more than one alarm signal input has been
accepted, "ALARMnn*" appears on the monitor.
ALARM01
The monitor and alarm number will appear on the LED
display. At the same time, the alarm indicator will blink,
the monitor indicator will light up, and the camera indicator will go out.
* Even when more than one alarm signal has been input,
the matrix switcher system continues to display the
image of the first alarm input.
The display will continue until the first alarm input is
reset.
Notes:
• Alarm input will be automatically reset in 30 seconds.
The auto-recovery time is configurable through SETUP
MENU or SX150 Admin Console.
• The alarm events are configurable through SX150
SETUP MENU or SX150 Admin Console. (Refer to p. 47
ALARM EVENT or p. 58 Alarm Event for details.)
■ Operating during an Alarm Mode
While an alarm mode is active, the following are available
from the system controller:
• Operating the camera with the alarm input (ACK)
• Resetting the alarm (RESET/ALL RESET)
• Suspending the alarm (ALM SUSPENDED)
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■ Operation of an Alarm-related
Camera (ACK)
You can operate the camera with the alarm input as follows:
ACK
RESET
SUSPEND
ALL RESET
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
REW/FF
PREV
NEXT
STEP
PAUSE
PLAY
PAUSE
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
DEF ON
MON (ESC)
OSD
SHIFT
MON LOCK
ACK
CAM (SET)
MULTI SCREEN SEL
WIPER
1. Select a monitor which displays "ALARM".
2. Press the ACK button.
"ACK" will appear on the monitor with an alarm input.
The camera with an alarm input will become operable.
3. Operate camera with the system controller.
Pan/Tilt, zoom, focus, and iris are available.
When selecting another monitor, "ACK" will disappear
from the display. The matrix switcher system will return
to the alarm mode.
■ Resetting the Alarm Inputs
● Alarm All Reset
RESET
There are two alarm reset functions:
• Alarm reset (resetting the alarm inputs according to the
input order)
• Alarm all reset (resetting all the alarm inputs)
ALL RESET
TOUR SEQ
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
STILL
AUX1 OFF
AUX1 ON
NEXT
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
RESET
PAUSE
ALL RESET
TOUR SEQ
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
STILL
AUX1 OFF
AUX1 ON
PAUSE
MON (ESC)
MON LOCK
SHIFT
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
MULTI SCREEN SEL
WIPER
● Alarm Reset
1. Select a monitor which displays "ALARM".
2. When more than one alarm signal has been input, the
second earliest alarm image appears on the monitor,
after the current alarm image is reset.
3. To reset all the alarms, repeat steps 1 and 2. The monitor, the LED display and the indicator will change as follows:
"ALARMnn" will disappear from the monitor.
The LED display will return to the state before the
alarm input.
The alarm indicator will go out.
The CAM indicator will return to the state before the
alarm input.
■ Suspending the Alarm Inputs
• Description about alarm reset
Time
Alarm
input 1
Alarm
input 5
1. Press the RESET button while holding down the SHIFT
button.
2. The monitor, the LED display and the indicator will
change as follows:
"ALARMnn" will disappear from the monitor.
The LED display will return to the state before the
alarm input.
The alarm indicator will go out.
The CAM indicator will return to the state before the
alarm input.
Alarm
input 2
Use this function when you do not want to be disturbed by
an alarm input, for example, during the setup procedures.
ACK
Matrix switcher
RESET
SUSPEND
ALL RESET
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
REW/FF
PREV
NEXT
STEP
PAUSE
ALARM01*
Monitor 1
RESET
PLAY
PAUSE
T&D
CAM
STILL
AUX1 O
MON STATUS
ALM SUSPENDED
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 O
ALM H
VLD
SEQUENCE
DEF O
MON (ESC)
OSD
SHIFT
MON LOCK
MULTI SCRE
ALL RESET
ALARM05*
RESET
ALL RESET
ALARM02
Monitor 1
Note: When more than one alarm is input and they are
associated with the same monitor, they will be reset one
by one.
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1. Press the ACK/SUSPEND button while holding down
the SHIFT button.
"ALM SUSPENDED" will appear on the monitor.
2. To cancel alarm suspension, press the ACK/SUSPEND
button while holding down the SHIFT button again.
"ALM SUSPENDED" will disappear from the monitor.
Notes:
• An alarm continues to operate even after it is suspended.
• If you suspend an alarm while an alarm image is displayed, "ALM SUSPENDED" will not appear on the monitor. Reset the alarm, and then suspend it again.
OPERATING PROCEDURES
(PS·DATA)
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WHEN USING A PS·DATA SYSTEM CONTROLLER
This manual describes the operating procedures which are specifically related to WJ-SX150.
For the basic operating procedures such as log-in/log-out, camera selection, and camera control, etc., refer to the system controller's operating instructions.
The following are different from the terminal mode when you use the system controller via the PS·Data protocol.
• Camera selection, camera control, camera site accessories control are in accordance with the PS·Data System operating
procedures. Refer to the system controller's operating instructions.
• You cannot reset an alarm one by one per monitor. However, you can reset all the alarms at a time (ALL RESET).
• You cannot acknowledge an alarm.
• You cannot use the auto log-in function of the unit. To use this function, use a terminal-mode system controller.
• You cannot use the auto log-out function of the unit.
• You cannot move the clock, camera title, event, and/or monitor status display with a PS·Data controller. Use a terminalmode system controller.
• Operators using the PS·Data system controller have the highest priority to all those using the terminal-mode system controllers.
• PS·Data doesn’t support user-management, and you cannot configure the PS·Data operator registration neither through
SETUP MENU nor SX150 Admin Console.
Notes:
• When you select a monitor with a PS·Data system controller, you might enter its number as you do in the terminal mode.
However, the matrix switcher regards a monitor as a unit, you need to select it by the unit number. (Refer to p.91.)
• This unit is counted as 4 PS·Data units. Confirm the total number of the PS·Data units in your system.
(Up to 16 PS·Data units are available.)
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MONITOR CONTROL
Refer to the system controller’s operating instructions
before you login the system. After the log-in procedure, the
following operations are available to control the system.
The operation begins with selecting a monitor, then the
selected camera appears the active monitor.
■ Priority Lock
You can apply or release priority lock by entering the function code. Monitor display is the same as those of terminal
mode. (Refer to p. 74 for the illustrations.)
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to Monitor Selection).
2. Press the SHIFT button, and enter 101 by pressing the
numeric buttons.
■ Monitor Selection
Unit addresses are given to each monitor.
Rotary SW
1
Mon 1
1
Mon 2
2
Mon 3
3
Mon 4
4
The following is how to select a monitor.
1. Press the numeric button(s) to select the desired monitor's unit address.
2. Press the UNIT button.
The selected monitor will be activated.
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3. Press the FUNCTION button. The function will be executed.
If the priority lock mode is selected, the monitor number
will inversely appear on the active monitor.
4. To release the priority lock, do steps 2 and 3 again.
Note: This function will prevent operators in the terminal
mode from gaining control of a monitor. However, operators via the PS·Data protocol can still gain control.
RUNNING SEQUENCE
■ Tour Sequence
■ Group Sequence
The following functions are available if a tour sequence has
been previously configured through SETUP MENU or
SX150 Admin Console. Any tour sequence can be assigned to any monitors.
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to p. 91 Monitor
Selection.)
The following function is available only if a group sequence
has been previously established in SX150 Admin Console.
The group sequence has ID numbers. Group 1 is 17, Group
2 is 18, Group 3 is 19, and Group 4 is 20.
As described earlier, a group sequence determines the
assignment of monitors and cameras. Therefore, monitor
selection is not required.
2. To select the desired tour sequence number, press the
numeric buttons.
1. Press the numeric buttons to select a desired group
sequence ID number, then press the SEQ button.
3. Press the SEQ button to run the tour sequence in the
forward direction on the active monitor.
2. Press the SEQ button to run a group sequence forward
on the assigned monitors.
4. Press the SEQ PAUSE button to pause a tour sequence
on the active monitor.
A series of camera picture appear in pause on the monitor screen for the specified dwell time.
5. Press the SEQ PAUSE button again to restart a tour
sequence forward from the next step that was previously paused by pressing the SEQ PAUSE button.
5. Press the SEQ PAUSE button again to restart a tour
sequence forward from the next step that was previously paused by pressing the SEQ PAUSE button.
6. Press the SHIFT button, and then press the + button to
move the sequence one frame to the next step from the
step that was previously paused by pressing the
PAUSE button.
Press the SHIFT button, and then press the - button to
move the sequence one frame to the previous step from
the step that was previously paused by pressing the
PAUSE button.
7. Select a camera (refer to the system controller's operating instructions) to stop the sequence. The monitor will
return to the spot mode.
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6. Press the SHIFT button, and then press the + button to
move the sequence one frame to the next step from the
step that was previously paused by pressing the
PAUSE button.
Press the SHIFT button, and then press the - button to
move the sequence one frame to the previous step from
the step that was previously paused by pressing the
PAUSE button.
7. Select a camera (refer to the system controller's operating instructions) to stop the sequence. The monitor will
return to the spot mode.
MONITOR DISPLAY CONTROL
The procedure described below lets you determine on-screen display (OSD) items, such as camera title, clock and status, on
and off on the active monitor screen.
Before controlling each item, monitor selection is necessary. (Refer to p. 91 Monitor Selection.)
1. Press the SHIFT button, and then press the numeric buttons corresponding to the function code.
(Refer to the table.)
2. Press the FUNCTION button. The function will be executed.
Controller Status
Note
Function
Code
Displaying the clock
104
Pressing again will hide the display.
Displaying the camera title
105
Pressing again will hide the display.
Displaying the event
106
Pressing again will hide the display.
Displaying the monitor status
107
Pressing again will hide the display.
Displaying all the items
19
Pressing again will hide the display.
Displaying System Status
102
"OSD" appears on the LED.
Pressing again will return to the normal display.
Displaying Video Loss History
103
"OSD" appears on the LED.
Pressing again will return to the normal display.
Notes:
• Alarm History Table doesn't have a function code. When displaying the table, press the ALM RECALL button instead of
the steps 1 and 2 above. "OSD" will appear on the LED display, and the ALARM HISTORY table will appear on the
active monitor.
• You cannot control OSD display position.
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ALARM CONTROL
■ Alarm Mode
■ Resetting All the Alarm Inputs
When alarm (sensor) is accepted, the matrix switcher's
operation mode changes into the alarm mode. Then, the
system operates as follows:
• The camera image (alarm image) appears on the monitor 1.
The alarm inputs 1 to 6 are associated with the camera
input connectors 1 to 16.
For example, when the alarm (sensor) connected to the
alarm input 1 becomes active, Camera 1's image
appears on the Unit n (n is a monitor's unit address
number).
• "ALARMnn" appears on the monitor.
The display indicates that the image is input through
the alarm nn (nn is the alarm number).
When more than one alarm input signal has been
accepted, "ALARMnn*" appears on the monitor.
You can reset all the alarm input signals at a time.
The monitor and alarm number will appear on the LED
display. At the same time, the alarm indicator will blink,
the monitor indicator will light up, and the camera indicator will go off.
* Even when more than one alarm signal has been input,
the matrix switcher system continues to display the
image of the first alarm input.
The display will continue until the first alarm input is
reset.
Notes:
• Alarm input will be automatically reset in 30 seconds.
The auto-recovery time is configurable through SETUP
MENU or SX150 Admin Console.
• Alarm events are configurable through SX150 SETUP
MENU or SX150 Admin Console. (Refer to p. 47 ALARM
EVENT or p. 58 Alarm Event.)
■ Operation during an Alarm Mode
While an alarm mode is active, you can do the following:
• Resetting all the alarm inputs (ALL RESET)
• Suspending all the alarm inputs (ALM SUSPENDED)
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1. Select a monitor which displays "ALARM".
(Refer to the figure on p. 86.)
2. Press the SHIFT button, and then press the ALL RESET
button.
All the alarms will be reset.
Then, the LED display and indicators will return to the
state before the alarm input.
Note: You cannot reset the alarm input signals one by one.
■ Suspending All the Alarm Inputs
Use this function when you do not want to be disturbed by
an alarm input, for example, during the setup procedures.
1. To suspend all the alarm input signals, press the SHIFT
button., and then press the SUSPEND button.
The indicator beside the button will light up and "ALM
SUSPENDED" will appear on the monitor.
(Refer to the figure on p. 87.)
2. To cancel alarm suspension, do Step 1 again.
Notes:
• The alarm suspension is applied to all system units,
not to a selected one.
• An alarm which was input before the suspension
will continue to operate.
EXPANDED FUNCTION
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RECORDER CONTROL (TERMINAL MODE)
Matrix switcher can control Digital Disk Recorder WJHD500 Series. The following is the procedure of WJ-HD500
Series SETUP MENU.
UP
L
Note: The following operating procedures those of the terminal mode. If you are using a PS·Data system controller, refer to p. 99.
.
R
DOWN
F1
■ Displaying WJ-HD500 Series SETUP
MENU
To display WJ-HD500 Series SETUP MENU, follow the procedure below.
ACK
RESET
CAM SETUP
SUSPEND
ALL RESET
F2
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
REW/FF
INDEX
PREV
PAUSE
STOP
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
3. Press the RECORDER button.
The system will enter the recording mode and the
selected monitor will change into multiscreen display.
Then, the selected monitor number and "-H00" will
appear on the LED display
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
MON (ESC)
OSD
2. Select a monitor (1 to 4) and a camera (1 to 16) by
pressing the numeric button, then press the MON (ESC)
button. The monitor and camera number will appear on
the LED display.
CAM ID
CALL
PRESET
PROGRAM
PRESET
AUTO PAN
STEP
RECORDER
1. Confirm that WJ-HD500 Series is correctly and securely
connected.
NEXT
T&D
SETUP
SHIFT
MON LOCK
MULTI SCREEN SEL
CAM FUNC
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
CLEAR
WIPER
LOG OUT
5. To end the setting and return to the normal view, press
the SETUP button while holding down the SHIFT button
when SETUP MENU is displayed. The system controller's SETUP indicator will go out.
■ Controlling Digital Disk Recorder WJHD500 Series
The following are the operating procedures of WJ-HD500
Series via system controller.
Note: Refer to the operating instructions of Digital Disk
Recorder WJ-HD500 Series for details.
4. Press the SETUP button while holding down the SHIFT
button on the system controller.
WJ-HD500 Series SETUP MENU will appear on the
active monitor as shown below, and the system controller's SETUP indicator will light up.
The following functions and buttons are valid in SETUP
MENU.
Joystick to UP (▲): Moves the cursor up.
Joystick to DOWN (▼): Moves the cursor down.
Joystick to L (t): Moves the cursor to the left.
Joystick to R (s): Moves the cursor to the right.
CAM (SET) button: Executes the selections and displays a submenu.
NEXT button: Increments a parameter.
PREV button: Decrements a parameter.
MON (ESC) button: Returns to SETUP MENU or the
previous menu.
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● Recorder Mode
Before operating the recorder, it is necessary to enter the
recorder mode.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 74
Monitor Selection and p. 75 Camera Selection.)
The monitor number and camera number will appear on
the LED display.
RECORDER
00: Multiscreen display
01 to 16: Spot display (camera number)
2. Press the RECORDER button to enter the recorder
mode.
• The indicator beside the RECORDER button will
light up, and the images from the recorder are displayed on the active monitor in multiscreen segments.
• The CAMERA indicator will go out and the monitor
number with "-H00" will appear on the LED display.
3. To exit from the recorder mode, select the camera.
(Refer to p. 75 Camera Selection.) The indicator beside
the button will go out. The monitor number and camera
number will appear on the LED display again.
You can also exit from the recording mode by pressing
the RECORDER button during the recorder mode.
Notes:
• Only one operator can enter the recording mode.
• The images from the recorder, which are displayed on
the monitor, is conformed to the recorder setting.
• To move forward or backward search during the
playback, press the FF or REW button.
FF( ): Search forward
REW( ): Search backward
• To display the spot picture, press the numeric button corresponding to the desired camera number,
then press the CAM (SET) button. Then, the active
monitor number with "-H** (** is the camera number)" will appear on the LED display.
• To resume the multiscreen display, press the button
0 while holding down the SHIFT button.
• To change the number of multiscreen segments,
press the button 0 while holding down the SHIFT
button again during the multiscreen display.
3. To stop the playback, press the STOP button. The monitor display will return to the multiscreen display.
● Manual Recording
● Normal Playback
1. Enter the recorder mode (Refer to p. 96 Recorder
Mode.)
1. Enter the recorder mode (Refer to p. 96 Recorder
Mode.)
2. To start recording, press the WIDE and TELE buttons
simultaneously.
The digital disk recorder will start recording.
F2
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
REW/FF
INDEX
PREV
NEXT
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
3. To stop the recording, press the STOP button while
holding down the SHIFT button.
ZOOM
STEP
RECORDER
PAUSE
STOP
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
MON (ESC)
OSD
SETUP
SHIFT
MON LOCK
DEF ON
TELE
REC
CAM (SET)
MULTI SCREEN SEL
WIPER
2. To start the playback, press the PLAY button. The most
recent recorded image will be played back.
• To pause the playback, press the PAUSE button.
• To stop the playback, press the STOP button.
• To resume the playback, press the PLAY button.
• To move forward or backward field advance during
the playback, move the joystick rightward or leftward.
Joystick to R(B): Forward field advance
Joystick to L(A): Backward field advance
• To move forward or backward search during the
pause, move the joystick rightward or leftward to
search images.
Joystick to R(B): Search forward
Joystick to L(A): Search backward
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WIDE
Note: Refer to WJ-HD500 Series Operating Instructions
for details and other recording modes.
● Date-and-time Search Playback
The recorded images can be searched for through the date
and time when an alarm input was accepted.
1. Open the ALARM HISTORY table. (Refer to p. 85 Alarm
History Table.)
2. Write down the date and time of the alarm input on a
piece of paper.
3. Enter the recorder mode (Refer to p. 96 Recorder
Mode.)
4. Press the INDEX button. The date-and-time entry form
will appear on the center of the monitor.
F2
pressed, the zooming range are changeable as follows:
2x → 4x → 8x → 1x → 2x
GROUP SEQ
F2
INDEX
TOUR SEQ
PREV
NEXT
STEP
RECORDER
PAUSE
STOP
STOP
SEARCH
YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM
2002/05/07 19:32
Note: The factory default setting is the current date and
time.
5. Press the numeric buttons to enter the date and time
written down in step 2. The date and time can be
adjusted by moving the joystick.
PLAY
PAUSE
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
REW/FF
INDEX
T&D
MON (ESC)
OSD
SETUP
MON LOCK
SHIFT
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
MULTI SCREEN SEL
WIPER
5. To return the zooming range to x 1, press the button 4
while holding down the SHIFT button again.
● Multiscreen Sequence
Playback images are switched automatically in the sequence mode.
UP
1. Enter the recorder mode (Refer to p. 96 Recorder
Mode.)
L
R
2. Press the button 7 while holding down the SHIFT button.
DOWN
GROUP SEQ
6. Press the PLAY button. After the search through the
date and time, the recorded image will be played.
TOUR SEQ
REW/FF
PREV
NEXT
STEP
7. To cancel the entry form, press the CLEAR button.
PAUSE
PLAY
8. To return to the multiscreen display, press the button 0
while holding down the SHIFT button.
PAUSE
T&D
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
MON (ESC)
OSD
SHIFT
MON LOCK
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
MULTI SCREEN SEL
WIPER
● Electronic Zooming (EL-ZOOM)
Playback images can be electrically zoomed besides a
camera's optical zooming. optical zooming.
Digital disk recorder starts a sequence according to the
setting of WJ-HD500 Series.
1. Enter the recorder mode (Refer to p. 96 Recorder
Mode.)
3. To cancel the sequence, press the button 0 while holding down the SHIFT button.
The display will change into the spot mode and "H01"
will appear on the LED display.
2. Press the numeric button corresponding to the desired
camera number to display the spot picture.
3. Press the CAM (SET) button.
The selected camera's picture is displayed in the spot
mode.
Note: The sequence mode can also canceled by
pressing a numeric button (corresponding one to
the monitor number), then the CAM (SET) button.
4. To return to the multiscreen display, press the button 0
while holding down the SHIFT button.
4. Each time the button 4 and the SHIFT button are
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RECORDER CONTROL (PS·DATA)
This section will describe what you should take notice when using a PS·Data system controller.
The same descriptions as the system controller's operating instructions are not mentioned here. Refer to them.
Refer the descriptions of terminal mode for illustrations.
■ Controlling the Recorder with a PS·Data system controller
● Recorder Mode
Before operating the recorder, it is necessary to enter the recorder mode.
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to p. 91 Monitor Selection.)
2. Enter "111" by pressing the numeric button.
"111" will appear on the LED display.
3. Press the CAM button.
The recorder image will be displayed on the selected monitor, and you will enter the recorder mode.
4. Enter the desired function code, and then press the FUNCTION button. (Refer to the diagram.)
Function
Code
Forward field advance
1
Backward field advance
2
Note
Pause
4
Playback
5
Recording
6
Equal to the REC button of the recorder
Stop
8
For both manual recording and playback
Stop playback
9
Exclusive use to stop playback
Stop recording
10
Exclusive use to stop recording
Search forward
11
Search backward
12
Displaying a recorder's OSD 19
Pressing again will hide the display.
5. To return to a camera image, enter the camera number by pressing the numeric buttons, and then press the CAM button.
You will exit from the recorder mode, and the selected camera image will appear on the monitor.
Notes:
• Only one operator can enter the recording mode.
• The images from the recorder, which are displayed on the monitor, is conformed to the recorder setting.
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MONITOR DISPLAY WHEN A CABLE LOS OCCURS
■ Video Loss Display
• When input loss of CAMERA IN nn (nn is a number) is
detected, " LOSS CH nn" will blink on the monitor.
• When more than one LOSS CH have occurred, "LOSS
CH nn*" will appear on the monitor.
LOSS CH01
LOSS CH01*
• When the input loss is recovered, "LOSS CH nn" will disappear from the monitor.
• When you press the RESET button while pressing the
"OSD" button, "LOSS CH" will disappear from the monitor.
ACK
RESET
SUSPEND
ALL RESET
GROUP SEQ
TOUR SEQ
REW/FF
PREV
NEXT
STEP
PAUSE
PLAY
PAUSE
CAM ID
EVENT
AUX1 ON
STILL
AUX1 OFF
MON STATUS
ALL
EL-ZOOM
AUX2 OFF
AUX2 ON
ALM H
VLD H
SYS S
SEQUENCE
DEF OFF
MON (ESC)
OSD
SHIFT
100
T&D
MON LOCK
DEF ON
CAM (SET)
MULTI SCREEN SEL
WIPER
TROUBLESHOOTING
Check to see the following before request for repair.
If a trouble cannot be removed even after checking and trying remedy, contact your dealer.
Problem
101
Check item
Remedy
Matrix switcher does not power up.
The power cord may be disconnected
either from the unit's power socket or
the AC outlet.
Connect the power cord between the
unit's power socket and the AC outlet.
System controller(s) do (does) not log
in.
The unit’s power cord may be disconnected from the AC outlet.
Connect the power cord to the AC outlet.
The cable connection(s) may be wrong
between the unit and the system controller(s).
Confirm the cable connections. (Refer
to p. 35.)
The mode selection switch setting of
the system controller may be wrong.
Confirm the mode selection switch setting. (Refer to p. 27.)
Data port setting may be wrong.
Open the Data Port window of SX150
Admin Console (refer to p. 65.) to select
CU360 for the data port. If 485 CAM is
selected for the port, the log-in will be
invalid.
Your ID, user number or password may
be wrong.
Refer to your Operator Registration
worksheet. Or open the Operator Registration window (refer to p. 59) and
reconfigure your ID, user number and
password.
Monitor is not selectable.
The monitor selection setting may be
wrong.
Open the Monitor Selection window
(refer to p. 61) and confirm the setting.
If NG is assigned to your controller for
the monitor, the selection will be invalid.
Camera image is not displayed even
after selecting the camera.
The camera’s power cord connection
may be wrong.
Confirm the power cord connection.
(Refer to the camera’s operating
instructions.)
The cable connections may be wrong
between the unit and the camera.
Confirm the connections (pp. 33 or 34).
If the connections and camera type are
not correspondent, the camera image
will not appear.
The lens cover may not have been
removed from the camera.
Remove the lens cover from the camera.
The monitor's brightness or contrast
setting may not be proper.
Adjust the setting. (Refer to the monitor's operating instructions.)
Problem
The camera image is dim.
The camera is not operable.
Check item
Dust may be sticking on the camera
lens.
Remove the dust from the camera lens.
The camera’s lens focus may not be
proper.
Press the FOCUS NEAR/ FAR buttons
to adjust the lens focus. If the camera
supports auto focus, press these buttons simultaneously. The lens focus can
be adjusted automatically.
The camera’s cable compensation setting may not be proper.
Open 610 COMPENSATION/VD2/DATA
(refer to p. 49) or the Cable Compensation/VD2 window (refer to p. 63) to confirm the setting.
The camera may not have been selected.
Select the camera again. (Refer to p.
75.)
The camera may not support the function you try to execute.
Confirm whether the camera supports
the function. (Refer to the camera's
operating instructions.)
The camera's cable setting may wrong.
Open 610 COMPENSATION/VD2/DATA
(refer to p. 49) or the Cable Compensation/VD2 window and confirm the setting (refer to p. 63). If the camera's
DATA is set to OFF, the RS-485 camera
will not be operable.
The data port setting may wrong.
Open the Data Port window (refer to p.
65) and confirm the setting.
When the BUSY indicator is lighting on
the system controller, a higher-priority
operator has selected the camera.
• Select another camera.
• Wait until a higher-priority operator finishes controlling the camera.
While the PROHIBITED indicator is
lighting on the system controller, you
are prohibited to control the camera.
Open the Operator Registration window
(refer to p. 59) and reconfigure the setting.
OSD items (Clock, Camera title, Monitor
status, Event) overlap one another.
Tour/group sequence is not activated.
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Remedy
• Turn off an overlapping item. (Refer to
p. 83.)
• Move OSD items. (Refer to p. 83.)
• Change the area title display position
through the camera’s setup menu.
(Refer to the camera’s operating
instructions.)
The tour/group sequence setting may
be wrong.
Open 300 SEQUENCE SETUP (refer to
p. 46), the Tour Sequence (refer to p.
53) or Group Sequence (p. 54) window
and reconfigure the setting.
The setting has not been put from the
PC to the unit.
Put the configuration data to the unit
again after the configuration. (Refer to
p. 66 Put a File to SX150.)
When the PROHIBITED indicator is
lighting on the system controller, you
are prohibited to control the camera.
Open 700 OPERATOR REGISTRATION
(refer to p. 50) or the Operator
Registration window (refer to p. 59) and
reconfigure the setting.
Problem
The alarm mode is not activated.
Check item
The alarm mode is set to OFF.
Remedy
Set the alarm mode to SEQUENCE or
HOLD in SETUP MENU or SX150 Admin
Console.
SETUP MENU: Refer to p. 46
Admin console: Refer to p. 57
The port for an alarm input is set to
OFF.
Set the alarm port to ON in SETUP
MENU or SX150 Admin Console.
SETUP MENU: Refer to p. 46
SX150 Admin console: Refer to p. 59
ACK or RESET is not activated.
Timer event is not activated.
SETUP MENU does not open.
The system does not enter the recording mode.
103
When "ALM SUSPENDED" is displayed
on the monitor, the alarm is suspended.
Press the ACK/SUSPEND button while
holding down the SHIFT button to cancel the alarm suspension.
SETUP MENU may be open.
Press the SETUP button while holding
down the SHIFT button to close SETUP
MENU.
You may not have selected the alarmrelated monitor.
Select the monitor again. (Refer to p.
74.)
The system controller is not authorized
to select the monitor.
Confirm the Monitor Selection window in
SX150 Admin Console and reconfigure
the setting if necessary. (Refer to p. 61.)
You are not authorized to reset an
alarm.
Confirm the Level Table window in
SX150 Admin Console and reconfigure
the setting if necessary. (Refer to p.
60.)
While the PROHIBITED indicator is
lighting on the system controller, you
are prohibited to control the monitor.
Open the Level Table (refer to p. 60) or
Monitor Selection window (refer to p.
61) and reconfigure the setting if necessary.
A higher-priority operator may have
selected the event-related monitor.
Select another monitor.
When the PROHIBITED indicator is lighting on the system controller, you are prohibited to open SETUP MENU.
Open the Level Table window (refer to
p. 60) and reconfigure the setting.
The recorder connection may be
wrong.
Connect the recommended recorder to
the unit.
The connected recorder may not conform to the unit.
Confirm the recorder connection (refer
to p. 37.)
You are not authorized to operate the
recorder.
Open the Level Table window (refer to
p. 60) and reconfigure the setting.
APPENDIX
105
COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL
The following pages detail the elements for communication between the unit and the PC.
When operating the PC, make sure to conform the serial port's communication speed to that of the unit.
The unit's communication speed is configurable by changing COM. SPEED in SETUP MENU. Data, parity and stop bits have
been set as follows:
Item
Parameter
Data length
8bit(fixed)
Parity bit
NONE(fixed)
Stop bit
1bit(fixed)
Hardware flow control (ER/DR/RS/CS)
Not supported yet
Software flow control (Xon/Xoff)
Not supported yet
Wait Time
Not supported yet
1. Transmission Command
The PC sends messages to the recorder in the following format. Also refer to the command table.
Code
ASCII
[STX] [Transmission Command] : [p1] : [p2] : : [pn] [ETX]
(02H) (
)–––––––––––––––––(
) (03H)
[p] stands for parameter. Parameters are omitted when the command does not need to specify them.
2. Response Command
The unit returns messages to the PC with the following formats.
(1) Reception Command
When the reception was completed successfully, the unit sends back the "ACK code 06H" to the PC, and then the
response command.
Code
ASCII
[STX] [Response Command] : [p1] : [p2] : : [pn] [ETX]
(02H) (
)–––––––––––––––(
) (03H)
Parameters are omitted when the command format includes neither data nor status to send back.
(2) Reception Error
The unit sends back "NAK code 15H", followed by the parameters. The unit then resets the reception buffer and enters the
waiting mode for the next message. Parameter "e" identifies the error status.
Code
[NAK] [e]
ASCII
(15H)
1: Parity error (31H)
2: Framing error (33H)
3: Overrun error (34H)
(3) Parameter Error
The unit returns "ACK code 06H", if the transmission code was not processed properly, followed by an error code.
Code
[STX] [Response Command] : [E] [R] [n1] [n2] [n3] [ETX]
ASCII
(02H)
( )– – – – – – – – – – – – – (45H)
(52H) 03H
[n] stands for an error code number. (Refer to p. 115.)
Note: The unit returns [ACK] or [NAK] to the PC within 20 ms after the reception of [ETX] in a transmission.
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■ Command Table
Basic Operation
Item
Transmission Command
(ASCII)
Log-in
Response (ASCII)
Parameter (ASCII)
CMD:Wnnnnn-ppppp
ANS:WOK (When OK)
ANS:WNG (When NG)
nnnnn= Operator number
ppppp= Password
Log-out
CMD:H00LG
ANS:H00LG
Monitor Selection
CMD:HmmMS
ANS:HmmMS
mm=Monitor No.
Camera Selection
CMD:HmmCScc
CMD:HmmCS+1
CMD:HmmCS-1
ANS:HmmCScc
ANS:HmmCS+1
ANS:HmmCS-1
mm=Monitor No.
cc=Camera No.
+1=To the next camera (Next)
-1=To the previous camera (Prev)
Starting tour sequence
CMD:HmmSTnn
ANS:HmmSTnn
mm=Monitor No.
nn=Tour sequence No.
Starting group sequence
CMD:HmmSGn
ANS:HmmSGn
mm=Monitor No.
n=Group sequence No.
Pausing sequence
(PAUSE)
CMD:HmmSP
ANS:HmmSPn
mm=Monitor No.
n=0 (SEQUENCE), 1 (PAUSE)
Stopping sequence
(STOP)
CMD:HmmSO
ANS:HmmSO
Sequence increment
(NEXT)
CMD:HmmSI
ANS:HmmSI
Sequence decrement
(PREV)
CMD:HmmSD
Priority lock
OSD display ON / OFF
or
Moving OSD display position
History or status display
ON/OFF
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mm=Monitor No.
mm=Monitor No.
Available only during sequence pause
ANS:HmmSD
mm=Monitor No.
Available only during sequence pause
CMD:HmmPR
ANS:HmmPRn
Transmission command toggles priority lock
ON or OFF.
mm=Monitor No.
n=0 (OFF)
n=1 (ON)
CMD:Hmmss(o)
ANS:HmmALn
Transmission command toggles OSD display
ON or OFF.
Use (o) parameter when moving OSD display position.
mm=Monitor No.
CMD: Hmmss
ANS: Hmmssn
ss=AL
ss=TM
ss=TL
ss=TE
ss=TO
All OSD items ON/OFF
Time & date ON/OFF
Camera title ON/OFF
Event ON/OFF
Monitor status ON/OFF
o=U
o=D
o=L
o=R
Moving upward
Moving downward
Moving leftward
Moving rightward
n=0
n=1
Displayed
Not displayed
mm=Monitor No.
ss=DA Alarm history ON/OFF
ss=DV Video loss history ON/OFF
ss=DS System status ON/OFF
n=0
n=1
Displayed
Not displayed
Alarm Control
Item
Transmission Command
(ASCII)
Response (ASCII)
Parameter (ASCII)
Alarm input
OAIcc
No response
cc=Alarm No.
Alarm ACK
(Each monitor)
CMD:HmmAK
ANS:HmmAK
Alarm reset
(Each monitor)
CMD:HmmAR
ANS:HmmAR
Alarm all reset
CMD:H00AR
ANS:H00AR
Alarm suspension
MAD
MADn
Transmission command toggles alarm suspension ON or OFF.
n=0 OFF
n=1 ON
Item
Transmission Command
(ASCII)
Response (ASCII)
Parameter (ASCII)
Display SETUP MENU
CMD:HmmSS
ANS:HmmSS
mm=Monitor No.
Return to normal view*
CMD:HmmSE
ANS:HmmSE
mm=Monitor No.
*Available only in SETUP MENU
Move the cursor leftward
CMD:AmmJL
—
mm=Monitor No.
Move the cursor rightward
CMD:AmmJR
—
mm=Monitor No.
Move the cursor upward
CMD:AmmJU
—
mm=Monitor No.
Move the cursor downward
CMD:AmmJD
—
mm=Monitor No.
Enter "0"
CMD:AmmT0
—
mm=Monitor No.
Enter "1"
CMD:AmmT1
—
mm=Monitor No.
Enter "2"
CMD:AmmT2
—
mm=Monitor No.
Enter "3"
CMD:AmmT3
—
mm=Monitor No.
Enter "4"
CMD:AmmT4
—
mm=Monitor No.
Enter "5"
CMD:AmmT5
—
mm=Monitor No.
Enter "6"
CMD:AmmT6
—
mm=Monitor No.
Enter "7"
CMD:AmmT7
—
mm=Monitor No.
Enter "8"
CMD:AmmT8
—
mm=Monitor No.
Enter "9"
CMD:AmmT9
—
mm=Monitor No.
SET
CMD:AmmST
—
mm=Monitor No.
ESC
CMD:AmmES
—
mm=Monitor No.
INC
CMD:AmmIN
—
mm=Monitor No.
DEC
CMD:AmmDE
—
mm=Monitor No.
NEXT
CMD:AmmNX
—
mm=Monitor No.
Available in SETUP MENU, Alarm History
and Video Loss History
PRE
CMD:AmmPR
—
mm=Monitor No.
Available in SETUP MENU, Alarm History
and Video Loss History
mm=Monitor No.
mm=Monitor No.
Setup Control
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Item
Transmission Command
(ASCII)
Response (ASCII)
Parameter (ASCII)
Recorder button
CMD:HmmRS
ANS:HmmRS
Playback images of HD500 Series appear on
the monitor. (Recorder mode)
To cancel the recorder mode, enter the STOP
command, then Camera Selection command.
(Refer to p. 107).
Item
Transmission Command
(ASCII)
Response (ASCII)
Parameter (ASCII)
PAN/TILT
CMD:CmmPTccxxyy
—
mm=Monitor No.
cc=Camera No.
• Panning speed
xx=00 STOP
xx=01 to 40(HEX) + direction panning
(Max is 40 and min is 01)
xx=81 to C0(HEX) - direction panning
(Max is C0 and min is 81)
• Tilting speed
yy=00 STOP
yy=01 to 40(HEX) + direction tilting
(Max is 40 and min is 01)
yy=81 to C0(HEX) - direction tilting
(Max is C0 and min is 81)
Zoom
CMD:CmmZMccn
—
mm=Monitor No.
cc=Camera No.
n=0 STOP
n=1 TELE
n=2 WIDE
Focus
CMD:CmmFCccn
—
mm=Monitor No.
cc=Camera No.
n=0 STOP
1 NEAR
2 FAR
3 AUTO FOCUS
Iris
CMD:CmmIRccn
—
mm=Monitor No.
cc=Camera No.
n=0 STOP
n=1 OPEN
n=2 CLOSE
n=3 AUTO IRIS
Camera Control
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Item
Transmission Command
(ASCII)
Response (ASCII)
Parameter (ASCII)
Camera's SETUP MENU
CMD:CmmCMccn
—
mm=Monitor No.
cc=Camera No.
n=0 OFF
n=1 ON
The following commands are available in
SETUP MENU:
CMD:AmmJL (Move the cursor leftward)
CMD:AmmJR (Move the cursor rightward)
CMD:AmmJU (Move the cursor upward)
CMD:AmmJD (Move the cursor downward)
CMD:AmmST (SET)
CMD:AmmES (ESC)
CMD:AmmIN (RESET)
CMD:AmmDE (ALL RESET)
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Call Preset Position
CMD:CmmPMccnn
—
mm=Monitor No.
cc=Camera No.
nn=01 to 64 Preset position No.
Program Preset Position
CMD:CmmPSccnn
—
mm=Monitor No.
cc=Camera No.
nn=01 to 64 Preset position No.
Color/BW
CMD:CmmBWccn
—
mm=Monitor No.
cc=Camera No.
n=0 OFF (Color)
n=1 ON (BW)
Patrol
CMD:CmmPAccn
—
mm=Monitor No.
cc=Camera No.
n=0 STOP
n=1 PLAY
n=2 LEARN
Camera Function
CMD:CmmCFccnnn
—
mm=Monitor No.
cc=Camera No.
nnn=Camera function No. (001 to 256)
Auto Panning
CMD:CmmAPccn
—
mm=Monitor No.
cc=Camera No.
n=0 AUTO PAN
n=1 AUTO SORT
n=2 AUTO SEQ
Wiper
CMD:CmmWPccn
—
mm=Monitor No.
cc=Camera No.
n=0 OFF
n=1 ON
Defroster
CMD:CmmDFccn
—
mm=Monitor No.
cc=Camera No.
n=0 OFF
n=1 ON
AUX1
CMD:CmmA1ccn
—
mm=Monitor No.
cc=Camera No.
n=0 OFF
n=1 ON
AUX2
CMD:CmmA2ccn
—
mm=Monitor No.
cc=Camera No.
n=0 OFF
n=1 ON
Recorder Control
Item
Multiscreen segment switching
Transmission Command
(ASCII)
Response (ASCII)
Parameter (ASCII)
CMD:RmmML
ANS:RmmMLn
mm=Monitor No.
n=0
n=1
n=2
n=3
n=4
n=5
n=6
Electronic Zoom
CMD:RmmZM
ANS:RmmZMn
Spot picture
4 multiscreen segments
7 multiscreen segments
9 multiscreen segments
10 multiscreen segments
13 multiscreen segments
16 multiscreen segments
Transmission command toggles zoom OFF
→ x2 → x4 → x8
mm=Monitor No.
n=0 Zoom OFF
n=2 Two-fold zoom
n=4 x4
n=8 x8Live image/Playback image
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Play
CMD:RmmPL
ANS:RmmPL
mm=Monitor No.
Pause
CMD:RmmPA
ANS:RmmPA
mm=Monitor No.
Stop
CMD:RmmSPn
ANS:RmmSPn
mm=Monitor No.
n=0 Stop playback
n=1 Stop recording
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Item
Transmission Command
(ASCII)
Response (ASCII)
Parameter (ASCII)
FF
CMD:RmmFF
ANS:RmmFF
mm=Monitor No.
REW
CMD:RmmRW
ANS:RmmRW
mm=Monitor No.
Forward field advance
CMD:RmmFA
ANS:RmmFA
mm=Monitor No.
Backward field advance
CMD:RmmRA
ANS:RmmRA
mm=Monitor No.
Record
CMD:RmmRC
ANS:RmmRC
mm=Monitor No.
Display date and time entry
form
CMD:RmmSC
ANS:RmmSC
mm=Monitor No.
Following are available while displaying
date and time entry form:
CMD:AmmTn (n=0 to 9) Enter 0 to 9
CMD:AmmJL Move leftward
CMD:AmmJR Move rightward
CMD:AmmJU Move upward
CMD:AmmJD Move downward
112
Inquiry
113
Item
Transmission Command
(ASCII)
Response (ASCII)
Parameter (ASCII)
Model No
QID
qid:WJ-SX150
Matrix switcher's model No.
Software version
QRV
qrv:*.**
*.**=Matrix switcher's Software version
Miscellaneous Control
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Item
Transmission Command
(ASCII)
Alarm notification
—
Response (ASCII)
Parameter (ASCII)
ALM:cc:a:yyyymmdd:
hhmmss:b
cc=Camera No.*
a=0 ALARM
a=1 ACK
a=2 RESET
yyyy=Year
mm=Month
dd=Date
hh=Time
mm=Minute
ss=Second
b=0 D.S.T Enabled
b=1 D.S.T Disabled
■ Error Code List
● Matrix switcher and external devices
Error code(ASCII)
Error type
Meaning
ER000
No error
There is no error.
ER001
No associated command
There is no associated command.
ER002
Parameter invalid
The parameter's number, digit and range are invalid.
ER003
Receiver buffer's overflow
The receiver buffer has reached overflow capacity.
● Matrix switcher and external devices
Error code(ASCII)
Error type
Meaning
ER301
Command invalid
Invalid operation mode caused the command error.
ER302
Parameter invalid
The parameter's number, digit and range are valid, but the operation mode
is invalid.
ER309
Internal error
The internal processing error has happened.
Example: The command is valid but it cannot be executed.
(1) The unit receives the zoom command while selecting a camera without electronic zoom function.
Transmission Command (ASCII)
[STX] CMD:R01ZM [ETX]
Transmission Command (ASCII)
[STX] ANS:R01ZM:ER301 [ETX]
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WJ-SX150 WORKSHEETS
Gathering information for the initial configuration and recording on the following worksheets are recommended. Then, if settings need to be modified or updated later because of a change in surveillance needs or changes made in the system's components, those worksheets can be used to track revisions to your system.
You should keep all revised worksheets. Be sure to date them, in preparation for new entry or troubleshooting. Regardless of
the system size, the worksheets can track past, current, and future configurations.
■ Instruction
Each worksheet's title is the same as that of SX150 Admin Console.
For example, the "Operator Registration" worksheet supports the "Operator Registration" window.
The worksheets' rows, columns, and fields are arranged to match SX150 Admin Console configuration requirements.
1. Reproduce the worksheets. You may need dozens of copies.
2. Reproduce instructions for the configuration windows . You can attach the portions of instructions to the worksheets.
To keep record of the initial configuration of the system, date the "Data Completed" line on the top left of each sheet.
■ Team Work
Worksheets are arranged alphabetically on the following pages, to make them easy to find.
For a team approach to information collection, decide how to distribute worksheets/tasks among several individuals.
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■ Checklist
It is recommended that the worksheets be completed in the following sequence:
Date completed: ___/ ___/ ___
● Monitors
Monitor 1
Monitor 2
Monitor 3
Monitor 4
Enabled/Disabled
Monitor OUT 1
Monitor OUT 2
Monitor OUT 3
Monitor OUT 4
● Group Sequence
Group
1
2
3
4
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Monitor 1
Monitor 2
Monitor 3
Monitor 4
● Tour Sequence
Step
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Camera
Preset position
Dwell time
Tour __ / 16
Remark
Step
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Camera
Preset position
Dwell time
Tour __ / 16
Remark
Dwell time
Tour __ / 16
Remark
Step
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
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Camera
Preset position
● Timer Event
Schdule
Mode
Daily
Weekly
Action
Monthly
Tour Sequence
Spot Camera
Every
Every
Hour
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Every Day#
Monitor#
Camera#
Minute
Tour#
Preset Position#
● Camera Auto Cleaning
Daily
Weekly
Schdule
Mode
Every
Every
Monthly
Auto Cleaning Cam #1
Camera
Cam #2
Cam #3
Cam #4
Every
Cam #5
Cam #6
Cam #7
Cam #8
Hour
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Day#
Minute
Cam #9
Cam #10
Cam #11
Cam #12
● Daylight Saving Time
Start
119
End
Start
End
Cam #13
Cam #14
Cam #15
Cam #16
● Alarm Mode
Alarm Mode
OFF
Sequence Mode
Hold Mode
Auto Reset Time
Dwell
sec.
Alarm Input
Camera Site Alarm
Alarm Port
Serial Port
sec.
● Alarm Event
ALM#
1
2
Monitor#
Camera# / Tour sequence#
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
● Alarm Port
Alarm #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
120
Alarm Port
N.O./N.C./Time
N.O./N.C./Time
N.O./N.C./Time
N.O./N.C./Time
N.O./N.C./Time
N.O./N.C./Time
N.O./N.C./Time
N.O./N.C./Time
N.O./N.C./Time
N.O./N.C./Time
N.O./N.C./Time
N.O./N.C./Time
N.O./N.C./Time
N.O./N.C./Time
N.O./N.C./Time
N.O./N.C./Time
Preset position#
● Operator Registration
Operator#
ID
Password
Level
Priority
1
2
3
4
5
Camera Access
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Timer
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Camera Operation
1: View & Control 2: View Only 3: Prohibited
● Level Table
Control
SX150 Setup
Camera Setup
Alarm History Display
Video Loss History Display
System Status Display
Single Alarm Reset
All Alarm Reset
Alarm Suspend
Camera View
Call Sequence
Program Preset Position
OSD Control
Camera Control
Recorder Control
Recorder setup
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Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
● Monitor Selection
Monitor 1
OK / NG
OK / NG
OK / NG
OK / NG
OK / NG
Controller 1(KB1)
Controller 2(KB2)
Controller 3(KB3)
Controller 4(KB4)
PC
Monitor 2
OK / NG
OK / NG
OK / NG
OK / NG
OK / NG
Monitor 3
OK / NG
OK / NG
OK / NG
OK / NG
OK / NG
Monitor 4
OK / NG
OK / NG
OK / NG
OK / NG
OK / NG
● Auto Log-in/Log-out
Auto Log-in
DATA 1
DATA 2
DATA 3
DATA 4
Auto Log-out
DATA 1
DATA 2
DATA 3
DATA 4
Minute(s)
● Cable Compensation/VD2
Camera #
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
Cable Compensation
S/M/L
S/M/L
S/M/L
S/M/L
S/M/L
S/M/L
S/M/L
S/M/L
S/M/L
S/M/L
S/M/L
S/M/L
S/M/L
S/M/L
S/M/L
S/M/L
● EXT IN
GEN LOCK
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ON / OFF
VD2
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
DATA
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
● Camera Title
Camera ID (Up to 20 characters)
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
● Data Port
RS485 Port
RS485
DATA 1
DATA 2
DATA 3
DATA 4
Protocol
485 CAM
485 CAM/CU360C
485 CAM/CU360C
485 CAM/CU360C
CU360C/PS•Data
PS•Data mode (for DATA 4)
sec.
Logout Time
sec.
Alarm Data
Wait Time
A
Group Address
DATA HDR Unit Address
123
Baud Rate
bps
bps
bps
bps
bps
RS485
Camera
Daisy
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
SPECIFICATIONS
Power Source:
Power Consumption:
Camera Input (1 to 16):
Camera Output (1 to 16):
Monitor Output (1 to 4):
External Input:
External Output:
RS-485 (Camera) Port:
Data Port:
Alarm Port:
Serial Port:
Camera Switching Input:
Ambient Operating Temperature:
Ambient Operating Humidity:
Dimensions:
Weight:
120 V AC, 60 Hz
60 W
1.0 V[p-p]/75 Ω composite video signal
0.5 V[p-p]/75 Ω data signal and 2.5 V[p-p]/75 Ω vertical timing pulse multiplexed
1.0 V[p-p]/75 Ω composite video signal
1.0 V[p-p]/75 Ω composite video signal
1.0 V[p-p]/75 Ω composite video signal
1.0 V[p-p]/75 Ω composite video signal
RS-485 6-conductor modular jack
RS-485 6-conductor modular jack
25-pin D-sub connector
9-pin D-sub connector
RCA pin jack
–10 °C to +50 °C (14 °F to 122 °F)
Less than 90 %
420 mm (W) X 88 mm (H) X 350 mm (D)
[16-9/16" (W) X 3-7/16" (H) X 13-3/4" (D)]
6 kg (13.2 lbs.)
STANDARD ACCESSORIES
Rack Mounting Bracket ................................... 2 pcs.
Screws (M4 x 10) ............................................ 4 pcs.
Power Cable .................................................... 1 pc.
CD-ROM .......................................................... 1 pc.
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Panasonic Digital Communications & Security Company
Unit Company of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America
Executive Office: One Panasonic Way 3E-7, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
Regional Offices:
Northeast: One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094 (201) 348-7303
Southern: 1225 Northbrook Parkway, Suite 1-160, Suwanee, GA 30024 (770) 338-6838
Midwest: 1707 North Randall Road, Elgin, IL 60123 (847) 468-5211
Western: 6550 Katella Ave., Cypress, CA 90630 (714) 373-7840
2002
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